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They`re just Saying No!

They`re just Saying No!

Any chances of Fulham swiftly announcing a new incumbent of the managerial chair at Craven Cottage suffered another setback!

One of the leading contenders, Martin Jol, has pulled out of the race. Apparently, the former Spurs manager was approached last Friday by Fulham about becoming the permanent replacement for Sanchez.

It seems that Jol`s interest was sparked by the locality of Fulham to his home in Essex, however, rumours abound that he wasn`t confident about the quality of the squad, probably echoing the views of this site.

If the reports are right, Jol is eyeing up a position with one of the clubs just outside the top four, possibly Newcastle where Sam Allardyce is coming under increasing pressure.

After the defeat today, any potential manager would probably be looking for a huge financial bonus to keep us in the Premier League.

Writer:orange_emu
Date:Wednesday December 26 2007
Time: 6:59PM

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Not sure Jol would be the right choice although he did allright at Spurs NEARLY taking them to the CHAMPIONS LEAGUE!
merlin
26/12/2007 19:13:00
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With ALOT of money
oranje_emu
26/12/2007 21:13:00
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True! I also reckon he wasted a lot of money, as did Sanchez!
merlin
27/12/2007 11:53:00
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we're not denying Sanchez bought some duds but I'm convinced Jol isn't the man we're looking for!
Putney
27/12/2007 11:57:00
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so who is then? John Collins!
merlin
27/12/2007 12:25:00
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I'm sticking with Billy Davis!! Or steal Jewell from Derby!! That would be nice. Coleman has been linked with a return!! lol.
oranje_emu
27/12/2007 16:06:00
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