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Fulham - Santa Cruz Muted!

This next one worries me!

Having already explored the possibility of securing Alexander Hleb on loan for the season, the tabloid market has put forward another player that Mark Hughes could be interested in securing for the season.

The player in question is Roque Santa Cruz!

Currently on the books of Manchester City, Santa Cruz has had an injury plagued last two seasons and has yet to justify the huge sum Hughes paid to his former club, Blackburn Rovers, to secure his signature.

There`s no questioning that Santa Cruz, when fit, can be a formidable striker, his goals for Blackburn during his initial season there proved that, but those injury problems give me cause for concern, after all we spent last season beset with injuries o tour forwards do we really want to add another potential crock?

I`d appreciate your feedback!

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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday August 3 2010

Time: 6:00PM

Your Comments

No thanks. Always, always injured. No more room on the training table.
Teddy_KGB
agreed... aj would have to slide over...
woodysweats
He's got a lovely smile and wows the women. Football? Does he still play? He's another like Saha, who's injured when he's fit and runs like daddy woodentop
pedmachine
Again - his wages are double what our highest paid player is on. If we sign him then our wages blow up or other players leave. Mo doesn't mind forking out the cash to buy players, but he always insists that the wages are paid for out of club revenue.
Lamby
can't afford any more crocks. Good at Blackburn 2-3 years ago, but is now 29 and maybe not such a good bet
DeuceBigelow
Lets see how much Hughes values him now if he's interested.
me_innit
just see if we can get him on a lone deal privided if he get injured we can send him back and city pay say a third of his wages hughes is a tough cookey and could get a good deal me thinks
truth sayer ffc
 

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