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Should Fulham sign O'Hara?

Should Fulham sign O'Hara?

It appears that Jamie O'Hara has realised his footballing career needs to move on from Spurs.

Many of us on this site, including myself, have commented on having him as the ideal replacement for Danny Murphy.

I know we have Steve Sidwell but I am still inclined to say that I think to bring Jamie to the Cottage would be a massive coup.

He is young and dynamic and can play both in centre midfield and on the left.

With Shaun on the right, our potential midfield could be O'Hara on the left, Sidwell and Etuhu in the middle and Wright-Phillips on the right. Or would he be best in the centre?

I`m not bothered either way, but I think Hughes needs to get in there quick.

Your thoughts please?

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Writer:Leonestar
Date:Monday January 24 2011
Time: 4:53PM

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He's a great little player but is playing in a team where we just have too many quality midfielders. He would be great for you. as mentioned he is versatile and is also very good at left back. Would be a shame to see him leave but can understand why he wants too.
cb25Yid
24/01/2011 16:58:00
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He's a great little player but is playing in a team where we just have too many quality midfielders. He would be great for you. as mentioned he is versatile and is also very good at left back. Would be a shame to see him leave but can understand why he wants too.
cb25Yid
24/01/2011 16:58:00
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I absolutely think we should sign him if we had the chance!
Teddy_KGB
24/01/2011 17:23:00
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Absolutely, if we get the chance to sign him we should.
Oldwolf
24/01/2011 18:33:00
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it can't hurt to have him... continue the youth movement...
woodysweats
24/01/2011 18:39:00
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This would be an excellent signing. I'm a fan of both O'Hara and Ireland, but feel that O'Hara has a great temperament and would suit us better. Go for it Hughes!
DeuceBigelow
24/01/2011 19:35:00
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Compared to many others he's young, not expensive and his wages are reasonable. What's not to like?
Riverside Chanter
24/01/2011 22:55:00
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very true riverside well said could not have put it better myself
truth sayer ffc
26/01/2011 13:54:00
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