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Fulham - Looking for Viable Employment?

Back in the early days as editor of this site, I don`t mind admitting that I had high hopes that a certain Liam (apologies for the error-ed) Rosenior would go on to carve out a great career at Craven Cottage.

I thought the lad had great prospects and I was always impressed by his desire to keep going even through times of adversity. If I recall right he only lost a record of playing in every minute of every Premier League game when he was hauled off after being physically sick on the Craven Cottage pitch.

Sadly, it was not to be and Leroy departed Craven Cottage, for a spell at Reading, as Fulham sanctioned a swap deal. However, the news has broken that Leroy is now a free agent and that the defender is looking for a new club. Now I`m not suggesting, for the slightest moment, that Fulham re-sign him but it has given me a great opportunity to ask whatever happened to the Korean lad we originally swapped him for. Does anyone out there know?

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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday September 30 2010

Time: 5:00PM

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*Liam... Leroy is his father mate, not to step on your journalistic integrity;) I think Seol went back to the south korean league playing for Pohang Steelers... but good riddance! He had without doubt some qualities, but they didn't appear very often at the Cottage... Too bad about Rosenior though! He reminds me a bit of Omozusi, who I also thought was a great prospect, but is now playing for Leyton Orient(!)
Zimmer2002
yeah i liked liam a lot... he made it into the U21 england squad, didn't he? i remember thinking it was a bad deal at the time, but what can you do... i wonder what roy could have done with liam...
woodysweats
True...liam should have stayed
Leonestar
PLAYERS LEAVE FOR WHAT THEY THINK ARE BETTER CLUBS IE READING HULL SAY NO MORE ME THINKS
truth sayer ffc
always thought he'd stay and become a cult hero!
Al Billy
 

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