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Fulham - Clark Enters the Frame!

As we await the appointment of the successor to Roy Hodgson, the press threw a new name into the hat yesterday.

Lee Clark, a former Fulham player who is cutting his managerial teeth with League One side Huddersfield Town, is the person the bookmakers have now latched on to as a possible successor.

Clark too Huddersfield to the League-One play-offs and has impressed everyone with his style but, and it`s a damned bug but, I can`t help feeling that a jump straight into the hurly-burly of Premier League football would be a jump too far.

I fear it could sink us into another Sanchez style era whereby the only way is down!

I`d much prefer us to be chasing Mark Hughes, wouldn`t you?

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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday July 6 2010

Time: 9:58AM

Your Comments

Nah one day maybe but for now I'd rather Hughes, Zola, or Bradley... because they all have connections with great players.
carbz
Can't see it. But like the Hodgson situation, I just wanted it sorted out soon. Only six weeks 'til the start of the new season.
Teddy_KGB
need someone with top flight experence hughes for me although am worming to ericson also has good contacts but wants top money
truth sayer ffc
LETS TAKE TIME TO GET THE RIGHT MAN NO RUSH LADS
truth sayer ffc
 

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