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Fulham - Sidwell a Plausible Target?

With it being common knowledge that Fulham wil be recruiting this summer, the name of Steve Sidwell seems to have become prominent in a leading red-top.

Sidwell who made his name at Reading before seeing his career stall with moves to, first, Chelsea and then Aston Villa, is ecxpected to leave Villa Park this summer.

With a home near London, obviously Fulham could be a convenient next stopping off point for a player that needs to resurect his career.

Would it be a good move for both parties?

We`d appreciate your views.

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The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday May 10 2010

Time: 7:13PM

Your Comments

swap for dempsey maybe fellas?
clarkamus
if you were willing to give us 5mill plus sidwell it may be considered! its between sidwell and O'hara for me, i would rather the latter as he has more energy and he looks like he would be a replacement for murphy in the long run! Murph has looked jaded in some games this year! COYW
Rorz_LDN
i agree with rorz, except for the idea of giving up dempsey... sidwell or o'hara would be excellent...
woodysweats
Forget O'Hara, Sidwells your man. Honest guv'nor, he'll give you 7 or 8 years quality service. 5mill and you're robbing us blind.....
upthevilla
And very competitive wages to boot. 50k a week a snip for the orginal ginja ninja...
Albarnista
just take him and i will let you rock my missus
askpaul68
and if your gay i will blow you.... stevie *****wells the name
askpaul68
Much prefer O'Hara to Sidwell. He's just a more natural replacement for Murphy. I think Sidwell could be a decent player, but I'd be looking for a deal more in line with 2.5m.
Teddy_KGB
....Plus sidwell is ginger, everyone needs a bit of ginger in their life. Also, if he needs a lift to the very pleasent, and affluent borough of Fulham, I would happily carry him there.
Stig
 

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