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You Want John Collins!

After the dismissal of Lawrie Sanchez, we had no option other than to canvass your opinion regarding his replacement.

We`re still a little suspicious that the Hibernian manager walked out on the eve of the sacking of Lawrie but strange things happen in football.

However, with so many names in the frame, as Ray Lewington suggests, it is essential that Fulham get the choice of their next manager 100% right.

A lot of money has been spent and in all honesty the team isn`t good enough to make an impact in the Premier League, Lawrie didn`t spend wisely and it`s doubtful the next incumbent will be given as much money to spend.

However, you`re voting left little to doubt so without any further delay, here are the results for the top three,

1st - John Collins - 32%

2nd - Tigana / Clark - 21%

3rd - Martin Jol - 20%

Thanks for your continued support.




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday December 24 2007

Time: 1:10PM

Your Comments

But would Collins be given the same sort of money to spend that Sanchez had?
merlin
I think Al fayed can see we need for players in january! and im sur he'll definitly provide enough funds for a good forward and a defencive midfielder and possibly another keeper! apart from that I think we have a fairly good squad with bullard and macca on their way back
oranje_emu
what about this guy Cook that the QPR lot used to worship?
merlin
I'm really optimistic about him. I think he'll be a fantastic player for us. Better than Bouazza, no doubt! Can't wait for him to return
oranje_emu
john collins will take u to the champoinship
mick66owl
orange - any idea when Cook will be back then?
merlin
I think the rot set in when we sacked Cookie - it could prove to be an expensive mistake with regards to our Premier League future!
Putney
as for Cook - surley something should have been seen to be amiss at his medical when he joined us!
Putney
I have no clue when he's back! It was seen as an adiquite risk take when we signed him, such is his talent. He has suffered some setbacks.
oranje_emu
jinxed some would say :-)
merlin
 

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