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Fulham - Potential Targets?

The gossip columns are remarkably quiet again today!

Apart from the Milan and Roy Hodgson rumour, our name isn`t linked to any of the players mentioned as being possible transfer targets.

Therefore, with it being so quiet, we thought we`d use this opportunity to speculate a little ourselves and gauge your thoughts on two players that have made the headlines today.

The first is Stephen Hunt

Hunt, who signed for Hull City after leaving reading, is on the move again and various clubs are interested in signing the Republic of Ireland international. With Hull suffering the indignity of relegation, the wage bill has to be cut and Hunt could certainly do a job, in midfield or out wide for a number of clubs.

The second is Charles N`Zogbia

N`Zogbia is a cultured left sided player who looks destined to leave Wigan Athletic for pastures new. Prior to joining Wigan he played for Newcastle. N`Zogbia, on his day, is able to influence matches and his left foot is capable of the most stunning strikes.

Now, considering who we currently have plus any anticipated transfer fees involved, do you believe Hunt and N`Zogbia would be suitable targets for Fulham?

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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday May 24 2010

Time: 4:27PM

Your Comments

There was a time when I would've loved to have Hunt, but I'm slightly more ambitious these days. Not a bad player, though. N'Zogbia is a talented player, but he costs too much, and doesn't score enough to justify the money required.
Teddy_KGB
may be roy can get that bit more out of him
truth sayer ffc
hunt's a good player, but he's not for us... n'zobia is interesting... how old is he? i would want to inject some youth as both davies and duff are older, and gera's no young pup either...
woodysweats
I'd take N'Zogbia over Hunt any day of the week!
Al Billy
 

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