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Fulham - Pantsil to Leave!

Although he`s something of a terrace icon, there is the distinct possibility that we could loser John Pantsil in the January transfer window!

Pantsil, who has been unable to hold down a regular stating spot under the reign of Mark Hughes is, according to our sources, reaching the end of his contract.

Birmingham City, aware of this fact, are being reported as ready to make a bid, in the region of £500,000, this January transfer window to take the full back to St Andrews.

Should we let him go or should we hold onto him?


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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday November 18 2010

Time: 5:31PM

Your Comments

There doesn't seem to be a place for him in the starting line up. I think its curtains for the lad. I like him, but he has never been a great force coming forward has he. If he does go, good luck to him. Will miss that airplane at the end of a game.
Riverside Chanter
I'm not sure what he did to Mark Hughes to fall from grace, but considering that our RB choices consist of Chris Baird, Stephen Kelly and the all but forgotten Fredrik Stoor, we'd be wise to hang onto him unless Hughes is plotting a swoop in January.
Teddy_KGB
I hope he stays but it looks like hughes is looking for attacking fullbacks.....so get going forward johnny!!!
Leonestar
had a couple of off days maybe roy will snap him up
truth sayer ffc
tough call... he's out best right back, but could we do better?
woodysweats
 

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