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Fulham to complete double swoop?

Wayne Routledge is set to leave Tottenham Hotspur reports Sky Sports News today. Routledge was on loan to Fulham last term, albeit not impressing many Cottagers who complained about his tendency to go missing in matches, loses the ball easily and doesn't track back with his man but I was one of the few that thought Routledge did well in his season long loan at Fulham, considering that he only had a short run of playing a full match which was over Christmas and he really impressed me, at least.

Then Coleman dropped Routledge even though he was one of our best players during Christmas and in doing so probably destroyed the young wingers confidence. The attributes of Wayne will always cause problems for any defence with his pace vital in making him a very promising player. I know if the situation was different regarding Fulham`s position in the league then Sanchez would have definitely given the tricky winger a lot more playing time so maybe the prospect of playing under new management at Fulham and having more playing time will appeal to Routledge as he contemplates what to do next in his very bright future.

Another player that Fulham have been heavily linked with is Steven Davis and with the imminent arrival of ex-West Ham United captain, Nigel Reo-Coker to Aston Villa this more or less signals the end of Davis Villas career. Davis is a nifty player and would do well next to the fans favourite Jimmy Bullard, but will Sanchez stump up half of his reported £10,000,000 transfer budget? This remains to be seen but if he does Vital Footballs Fulham reporters will be the first to let ye know.



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Date:Wednesday June 6 2007
Time: 10:41AM

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Bang ....there go's are natural cover for lennon...****ing joke
lobo spurs nutz
06/06/2007 11:02:00
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natural cover? Have you seen the boy play? He wants to be lennon and TBH even though I am the yIddiest Yid in North London I don't rate either of them. SWP would have been a great swap deal with the Russians but I fear that time has passed up by long ago! Lobo go support Fulham, then you can watch Routledge get thrown off the ball even more than Lennon. You Cant
bullers
06/06/2007 11:06:00
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Ye don't rate Lennon?
Mike Forest.
06/06/2007 11:29:00
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Routledge cover for Lennon but no where good as him.
anil60
06/06/2007 11:34:00
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no offence but fulham are proper boring
buckers_07
06/06/2007 11:50:00
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Routledge good cover for Lennon who is well overrated IMO (i agree with bullers).
The Tailor
06/06/2007 11:55:00
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oh and Buckers about Fulham being proper boring..
The Tailor
06/06/2007 11:55:00
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how did that happen - I posted the Routledge comment first and then the agreement with Buckers one and now they are back to front.... freaky 5h1t...
The Tailor
06/06/2007 11:56:00
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erm no we are not buckers, under Coleman we were one of the most picked clubs by Sky Sports to cover us live as we were the team that would provide most goals for and against and provide most entertainment.
Mike Forest.
06/06/2007 12:07:00
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People are being way too harsh on Lennon. I say hold onto this kid. No idea why he was allowed to stay on loan all season. Where's the Fulham fans Mike?
Klinical
06/06/2007 12:41:00
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