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With Bobby Zamora at Loftus Road discussing personal terms, Fulham have moved quick to fill the void.

Reports are coming in that a deal, of some sorts, has been done to bring the Russian striker, Pavel Pogrebnyak, to Craven Cottage from Stuttgart.

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The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday January 31 2012

Time: 5:45PM

Your Comments

***** on Pogrebnyak! We need someone better!
Teddy_KGB
what a terrible day for a fulham fan... what is jol thinking?
woodysweats
Zamora wanted out. Jol's not a fool. He knows that Zamora is important to us, but if the player doesn't want to be there and is not giving his best for the manager, then he has to go. When players want out, they, more often than not, get out. Simple! Pogrebnyak is likely not an adequate substitute, but it's done.
Teddy_KGB
Being a Fulham fan on the January transfer deadline day is always a bloody nightmare...
donfulham
He will prove himself as an adequate replacement, i'm tellin ya! Unlike Pav he always had a will to play. He seems not prolific if you'll look on his stats, but so was Zamora on a first season, remember?
artilleria pesada
why was bobby willing to play for every other manager before jol? i think this is more about him not liking bobby, than bobby wanting out.
woodysweats
Totally agree with woody on this one, this is more about Jol than about Zamora, I think Jol could do this club a lot of damage before he gets booted. I now think we are serious relegation fodder now and if we do get relegated Jol will just walk away with a big bag of money and a very big grin :(
Oldwolf
 

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