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Lee Cook signs.

Lee Cook signs.

Fulham have signed Lee Cook for two and a half million pounds eventually rising to four and a half million pounds.

Cook, regarded by many as a future England player, said to QPR.com, 'I have had three great years at QPR and have met many great people,'' and adding, 'Being a QPR fan, it is very difficult to leave this all behind, but I hope everyone understands that this is something I have to do.'

Lawrie Sanchez had this to say, speaking to Fulhamfc.com, 'I am pleased to have added Lee to our summer signings and am confident that he has the ability to play at this level,' whilst saying that he was happy with Fulhams squad for the forthcoming Premiership campaign despite Cork City fc claiming Fulham have bid for Irish sensation Roy O'Donovan.



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Date:Thursday July 19 2007
Time: 8:09PM

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the magnificent seven then!
merlin
19/07/2007 21:25:00
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its about time!!
alexlarge
19/07/2007 22:12:00
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AT LAST!!!!! good signing! fantastic, at last a real replacement for boa! I still hold firm that we should give Timlin a chance!
oranje_emu
20/07/2007 11:58:00
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he is crap!!!!!!!!! not proven and over expensive!!!!!!!!! youv igned a load of expensive lower league players! kamara, cook, healy!! n aaron hughes is awful!have fun next season gtting relegated!!!!!!
villasw
20/07/2007 14:41:00
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not as bad as Marlon Harewood and Nigel Mediocre!
Putney
20/07/2007 17:04:00
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