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Fulham - Gera on New Boss!

Fulham - Gera on New Boss!

It`s looking increasingly likely that Ray Lewington will be over-seeing affairs for the first few pre-season friendly games.

The process of getting the choice right for the next manager is taking time an dif it is time that is needed to choose the right man then we shouldn`t be too aggrieved at the delay.

The squad, after a memorable season last time out, are back in training and there appears to be some apprehension about who will fill the boots of Roy Hodgson.

Our Hungarian international, Zoltan Gera, has spoken on the official site about expectation levels and the appointment of a new manager, remarking,

'Hopefully we will get the new manager in soon and achieve the same level of success over the next few seasons.'

'The expectations for next season are high - we had a great season last year and if we could finish back in the top10 this season that would be perfect for us.'


Top ten and a memorable cup run wouldn`t be too bad a result for a new boss in his first season would it?

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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Thursday July 8 2010
Time: 4:42PM

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top ten again with new boss would be another dream season...yes we can do it....we have a great squad.
Leonestar
09/07/2010 07:48:00
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or even a bit higher me thinks
truth sayer ffc
10/07/2010 19:41:00
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i'll settle for top ten as the manager gets his feet wet...
woodysweats
12/07/2010 18:45:00
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