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Fulham - Eddie Johnson Loan Move?

Before Bobby Zamora picked up his horrific injury I`d have had no qualms about letting Eddie Johnson go out on loan.

Indeed, with Crystal Palace apparently quite keen to take him out on loan, I`d have jumped at the chance of letting the lad get some regular football.

Now though, circumstances may have changed.

Suddenly with Bobby Zamora joining Andrew Johnson on the injured list, we`re lacking up front when it comes to bodies.

Having seen Erik Nevland return to Norway at the end of last season and with having only signed the excellent Moussa Dembele, am I not alone in fearing that another injury could leave us startlingly short up front?

What`s your verdict, should we let Eddie Johnson go or should we hang onto him at least until the January transfer window?

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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday September 13 2010

Time: 5:00PM

Your Comments

I think we will be suprised with how productive he is now that he has matured and is getting a chance. All of his time on the field this year in Friendlies and otherwise have been very good...both scoring and creating opportunities....hope he keeps it up
FLLion
The only way to know is to give him a decent run-out. The Carling Cup match versus Stoke seems a perfect time to see what he can do. Give him a full game and a couple of sub appearances, and then make a decision.
Teddy_KGB
I would hang on to him...i really think hughes could get more out of our attacking players. He even has big des tutu playing a more forward role. Hughes is a former striker and thus i think he could bring on the likes of Eddie, Elm and Dalle
Leonestar
Oh and kamara....sorry joe
Leonestar
I think with the forwards injured this is a great time for Eddie.at this time Johnson may well get a few games under his belt.With AJ and Kamara scheduled to be back just before Christmas though, these next couple of months could be like an advertisement to other clubs to show what he could do and raise his price tag for the january transfer window?
bobfulham82
that's a good point... get him some games and some form hopefully, so we can recover some funds for him...
woodysweats
 

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