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Kuqi the Cult!

He may only have come as a substitute but Shefki Kuqi is in danger of becoming one of a dying breed, namely, a cult hero!

His appearance on Saturday may have had a few eyebrows being raised skyward but there`s no doubting his enthusiasm, his energy and his role in getting us those three vital points, endeared him to the Craven Cottage supporters.

After not playing much of a role, only twenty minutes before Saturday, Kuqi was grateful for the on-pitch time and afterwards spoke eloquently about getting his career back on track explaining,

"I can`t thank the gaffer enough for giving me another chance to play in the Premier League."

"For some reason, things didn`t work out for me at all at Palace. I was so relieved to move to Fulham. It feels like a massive weight has been lifted off my shoulders. I`m here until January and I`ll be doing my best for the club and myself."




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday November 5 2007

Time: 5:46PM

Your Comments

I had to read that headline again :-)
merlin
he is a replacement for the injured McBride thats it
Backslash2010
He doesn't look fit enough for the Premier League. I am sure he will be put in his place when he comes up against some of the better defenders!
dazza71
Kuqi was the main reason that our game turned around against Reading!
shanghaifulham
 

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