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Fulham - Etuhu Signs on the Dotted Line!

Following the sale of Jimmy Bullard to Hull City, Dickson Etuhu has become a mainstay of our midfield.

Operating alongside Danny Murphy, Etuhu has given our midfield something that the erratic skills of Jimmy didn`t. Etuhu more than played his part in our fine run to the Europa League Final last season and his steady progress has seen the club reward him with a contract extension that will keep the player at Craven Cottage until 2014.

Our congratulations go to both the club and Dickson for getting this sorted so early in the season.

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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday September 7 2010

Time: 5:08PM

Your Comments

I'm glad he's signed, he does a very important job for us and he does it well :)
Oldwolf
He does an outstanding job protecting the back four, though it seems Hughes is trying to use him more in attack these days. Good for him, but we'll see how it serves the team as a whole. All in all, I'm glad he signed an extension.
Teddy_KGB
glad we got this taken care of... he's integral in the center of the pitch...
woodysweats
Liked Etuhu when i saw his first game for Sunderland... never understood why they let him go and have never understood why he doesnt go further? IS it lack of consistency or odd mistake? Limited game?
jim4pompey
rumour mill has it that Liverpool were watching the situation!
Al Billy
great player...... big des tutu!
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