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We're Hungry, Where's Our Cook?

We're Hungry, Where's Our Cook?

Lee Cook signed from local rivals Q.P.R on the nineteenth of July, yet Fulham fans have only seen Cook play one game for The Whites, a pre-season game against the team he signed from, Q.P.R.

Cook was one of the shining lights in the Championship and in Q.P.R's last season, attracting interest from a number of clubs.

However a niggly knee injury has kept the Englishman out of action this season and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future unfortunately.

I for one am disappointed for Lee and ourselves for not getting to see the winger strut his stuff and now that Hameur Bouazza is performing exceptionally well, it's hard to see how Lee will get a place in the team.

Good luck Lee from all of us at Vital Fulham, we are looking forward to seeing you play!



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Date:Tuesday September 25 2007
Time: 5:54PM

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Does seem a little strange - if he had a dodgy knee perhaps you shouldn't have signed him!
merlin
25/09/2007 19:43:00
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he'll come good, you wait and see!
Putney
25/09/2007 19:59:00
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maybe he was just too good to miss out on and worth the risk! he's surely behind Bouazza and Soel!! Well good luck to him and hope to see him play cause that'll mean he's bloody amazing!
oranje_emu
25/09/2007 22:10:00
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id have him in rather than soel he was amazing in the championship and "Shirt deal" soel was only okish in the prem.
Backslash2010
26/09/2007 14:28:00
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Lee Cook is an amazing player. You lot got a right steal, he is worth way more than £2.5 million. He's better than Downing and should have been in the England squad last year. When he is fit he'll breeze straight into your team. Enjoy it while it lasts... next year when you go down and we come up we'll sign him back!!!!!! =D
mrqpr1981
16/10/2007 12:46:00
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