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Fulham - Kamara On Why He Stayed!

After going on a loan spell at Glasgow Celtic last season many thought Diomansy Kamara wouldn`t be see again at Craven Cottage.

Even more so when he declared that he wouldn`t mind joining the Scottish side on a permanent basis.

But it seems that a summer meeting with the new incumbent of the Fulham managerial office, Mark Hughes, changed Kamara`s mind with Diomansy confessing to the tabloid press,

"If Roy Hodgson was still at Fulham, I would have definitely gone. When Mark Hughes came in, I sat with him in his office and he said, 'You have an opportunity to play and do well` so I decided to stay."

"I prefer his more attacking football. I had a good relationship with Hodgson but I prefer Mark Hughes."


Happy to have you on board Diomansy although we`d suggest that extra shooting practice might be called for in training this week after some wasteful finishing last Saturday against Spurs!



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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday October 21 2010

Time: 5:00PM

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There's a reason Roy didn't use him much. I suspect Hughes will eventually come to the same conclusion. Hope I wrong, though. A goal or two at the Hawthorns will go along way to changing my opionion.
Teddy_KGB
My opionion and my opinion, that is.
Teddy_KGB
he will be up for it at his old hunting ground and lets see mr greening step up
truth sayer ffc
 

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