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Does Either Have a Fulham Future?

Last night our strike-force consisted of Eddie Johnson and David Elm.

Bobby Zamora and Andrew Johnson were both missing and off course Erik Nevland has returned to Norway for the twilight of his career.

It has to be said that both Elm and Johnson (Eddie) did okay but it should be remembered that the fixture was against limited opposition and both teams are still far from approached match fitness.

It should also be reported that both Elm and Johnson (Eddie) got on the score sheet and both took their goals with a touch of class.

But do they have a long term future at Craven Cottage?

Elm, we believe, has signed for another year and on the surface of it looks to be just nudging ahead of Johnson (Eddie) in the striker hierarchy list.

Johnson spent last season out on loan, at Cardiff, and took a long time to win the fans over down there and never really established himself as a first team starter.

Therefore, our question to you is - which of the two do you prefer?

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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday July 15 2010

Time: 5:00PM

Your Comments

I prefer Elm without a doubt. He could be valuable backup. As for Eddie, perhaps giving him til January to prove himself would even be too kind...
KBFulham
Elm short term Johnson no!
Al Billy
agree al billy
Leonestar
give both at least a chance even johnson had so few games time will tell
truth sayer ffc
eddie's been bouncing around training at fulham for a while now... might be time to let him develop somewhere else...
woodysweats
I'm with Al Billy
DeuceBigelow
but nobody normally agrees with Al Billy :-)
Putney
HOW MANY GAMES DID EDDIE PLAY TRUTH NOW
truth sayer ffc
 

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