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Fulham - Zamora`s New Deal

Fulham - Zamora`s New Deal

Having survived the best efforts of the poachers on transfer deadline day, the subject of a new contract for the highly valued Bobby Zamora has raised its head again.

The grapevine suggests that Bobby is about to be awarded a new contract that will see his current salary double to circa £50,000 and with a glowing reference form his new boss, who has commented about the transfer deadline day interest,

"I believe there were three substantial bids, but Bobby`s an important player for us."

Too right he is! Let`s hope the contract is too his liking!

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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Thursday September 2 2010
Time: 4:58PM

Comments

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He's earned it.
Teddy_KGB
02/09/2010 17:29:00
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he started off this season on the right foot as well...
woodysweats
02/09/2010 17:55:00
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good move lock him down....bobby stays!!!
Leonestar
02/09/2010 19:20:00
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he'd earn far more elsewhere I reckon!
Al Billy
02/09/2010 20:10:00
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true but would he be the king pin oh bobby zamoooooooooooooooooooooora
truth sayer ffc
03/09/2010 13:09:00
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Chelsea fan in peace here. Does anyone have any news on Zamoras injury? He's been terific for my fantasy football team and was wondering whether i should play him for the next game, or will his injury keep him out?
Zhirkov
03/09/2010 17:48:00
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lets hope not
truth sayer ffc
04/09/2010 16:43:00
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