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Pompey & Villa Eye Rosenior Up!

The apparent suggestion that Sanchez could be persuaded to part with Liam Rosenior has resulted in several clubs expressing an interest.

Whilst many of us would consider that Liam is one player that shouldn`t be sacrificed in the Sanchez revolution, the harsh realities are starting to suggest otherwise.

Previously, Reading had shown an interest but now it appears they are about to be joined by Aston Villa and Portsmouth.

According to the press, Sanchez views the arrival of Chris Baird as an adequate reason to be prepared to let Liam go!

All we`d ask here at Vital Fulham is that you take time to consider again Lawrie!

Liam is a gem and Fulham through and through!




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday August 4 2007

Time: 4:21PM

Your Comments

Out of the four named teams I'd suggest Villa would be the preferred option!
merlin
Seems a very decent prospect - we take him off you hands now that you have davo and hughes ;-)
Eaton_thevillafan
is he that good, over hyped in my book.
Tonytime
he's got talent and alongside others of a similar stature, he'd prosper! By the way - hands off!
Putney
HANDS OFF!!! I will personally slap Sanchez across the face if he does release this boy!!
oranje_emu
He is one of your key players.
Frisky
I think Sanchez is going to let him go and will be a very big mistake. Far better than Baird and Volz at RB and the added bonus of being able to play at LB comfortably.
Zeno
Looks like you boys are seriously worried!
merlin
Is it hust me or does Rosenior look like Jermaine Pennant?
Aamir
 

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