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Knight wan't permanent captancy.

Zat Knight wants permanent captaincy ahead of our currantly injured Left-Winger, Luis Boa Morte.

The England international centre back, has been the captain of the cottagers for the past five weeks while Luis Boa Morte has been sidelined with a broken cheekbone.

The defender made this comment:

'It is a real honour to be captain and although I am only standing in for Luis at the moment it is still something that I have always wanted to do,' he told the Fulham official website.

'Like I said, it is a temporary situation but while I am in possession of the armband I will cherish every moment. You never know, one day it might become a permanent situation, I feel I have matured a lot and am a leader, so if the chance ever arose I would grab it with both hands.'

Would playing Knight as captain be a good thing, or should Coleman stay with Luis?




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Date:Wednesday November 1 2006

Time: 5:28PM

Your Comments

He should stay with Boa Morte, its good to have an able substitute though!
Cravens
I agree cravens Boa Morte is the man, good experience for Zat though but wee really miss the experience that Boa Morte brings!
squeaky
Boa Morte is way more experienced then Knight. So I say... Boa Morte.
wei, wu and shu
he has been a good captain for the last few games. If I was Coleeman I would try him instead of Boa Morte, for a while.
fulham usa
 

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