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Fulham - Transfer Deadline Day Poll!

With the sound of Big Ben signaling, on Sky Sports, the closing of the January transfer window, our poll just had to carry the most obvious of questions.

We wanted to know whether you were pleased with the signings Roy had made on transfer deadline day!

Would the signings of Stefano Okaka and Nicky Storey be enough to ensure our season doesn`t drift off the rails as we participate in three competitions - Premier League, Europa League and FA Cup!

Well the results were as follows:-

• 55% went for the option hat suggested they were perfectly happy.

• 29% went for the option that implied that time would tell.

• 16% went for the option relating to dissatisfaction!

Here at Vital Fulham we`d like to thank you for your participation and if you`d like to nominate a poll or supply us with an article then simply get in touch via our e-mail address - ANDREWJOYCE123@HOTMAIL.CO.UK


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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday February 3 2010

Time: 4:40PM

Your Comments

i think okaka will try to prove that he can stick around in the future, so hopefully he's good... and i think the loan of shorey is perfect for both parties, as he'll get a ton more playing time with a prem league side...
woodysweats
i'm looking forward to seeing Okaka tonight!
Al Billy
lets see what elm can do he might surprise a few peaple
truth sayer ffc
I thought that Elm made a thorough nuisance of himself last night, giving the Portsmouth defence a hard time. Nevland on the other hand looked well off of the pace.
DeuceBigelow
I thought that Elm made a thorough nuisance of himself last night, giving the Portsmouth defence a hard time. Nevland on the other hand looked well off of the pace.
DeuceBigelow
 

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