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Knight wan't permanent captancy.

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?


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

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Date:Wednesday November 1 2006
Time: 5:28PM

Comments

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He should stay with Boa Morte, its good to have an able substitute though!
Cravens
02/11/2006 05:35:00
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I agree cravens Boa Morte is the man, good experience for Zat though but wee really miss the experience that Boa Morte brings!
squeaky
02/11/2006 05:49:00
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Boa Morte is way more experienced then Knight. So I say... Boa Morte.
wei, wu and shu
03/11/2006 05:59:00
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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
03/11/2006 06:29:00
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