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Fulham - Going Back to Their Roots!

Fulham - Going Back to Their Roots!

West Brom are next up for Fulham and it promises to be quite a reunion for some of our squad.

Jonathan Greening, Zoltan Gera and Diomansy Kamara have all worn the West Bromwich Albion kit before ending up at Craven Cottage.

One of them, Jonathan Greening, has vowed that if he does find the net at the Hawthorns, on Saturday, he`ll, out of courtesy, not celebrate.

Speaking about such a scenario, Greening has remarked,

'I can't wait to go back there. I love the club - it's where I played the best football of my career, where I was happiest.

'If I play I'll be trying to get a result for Fulham but, if I scored, I definitely wouldn't celebrate.

'It would be disrespectful to the people and fans who I had such a good relationship with.

'Luckily for West Brom, I don't score many so it shouldn't be too much of a problem.'


In fact Greening managed only 8 in 224 games for West Brom so we reckon he`s quite safe, although the way things tend to work out when former players meet old employers, don`t be too surprised if all three get on the score sheet.


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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Tuesday October 19 2010
Time: 7:58PM

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he needs to think he is now a fulham player we pay his wages not WBA
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22/10/2010 20:57:00
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