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Fulham - An Interesting Summer

Fulham - An Interesting Summer

So with Europa League Final defeat and the news that the Premier League had tumbled down the Fair Play League, any hope of European football down at the Cottage next season has been dashed.

Obviously, this will have an effect on the transfers and quality of players we need to bring in over the summer months.

For Roy Hodgson standards, the squad seemed fairly large this season. However, as we know, a lot of players seem to already have agreed their next moves, look likely to leave or simply wont have their loans extended.

Just a quick tally already indicates we have already seen the last of Chris Smalling and Erik Nevland whilst we might not see: Pascal Zuberbuhler, Fredrik Stoor, Nicky Shorey, Jonathan Greening, David Elm or Diomansy Kamara next season.

With a strong core of players left at the club and the Chairman's purse recently increased due to his sale of Harrods, I'd quite like to see a couple of top quality additions join the club ranks as opposed to a flurry of fringe players. However, as we all understand, Roy knows best.

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Writer:Alex
Date:Saturday May 15 2010
Time: 1:23PM

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I don't think Mo will be going mad with the cash, that's not his or Roy's style, I think we will see some quality additions to the squad but I don't expect us to be competing for £15M players, Roy will have a short list that will take the club forward. In Roy we trust.
Oldwolf
15/05/2010 14:05:00
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I think we might see Shorey return. Unfortunately, I've read that the Greening transfer is just waiting to become official. Not thrilled about that. Hopefully, we'll also see Andranik and Eddie Johnson out the door. Straight release, I suspect.
Teddy_KGB
15/05/2010 15:21:00
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amen to that teddy
truth sayer ffc
15/05/2010 18:20:00
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amen to that teddy
truth sayer ffc
15/05/2010 18:20:00
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transfer budget of £25 million quoted in the mdia this weekend!
putney
16/05/2010 20:22:00
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sounds ok to me putney
truth sayer ffc
18/05/2010 12:43:00
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i really wish greening wasn't becoming a permanent transfer... gera came good, and maybe greening will also, but can we stop taking players from west brom... i hear we're in the running for koren... i'd really like to see shorey return, and reports are that villa are going to get rid of him... other than that, it doesn't matter to me who leaves of those mentioned here...
woodysweats
18/05/2010 13:09:00
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