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Fulham - No, Roy No!

Fulham - No, Roy No!

With the January transfer window now open, it was only ever going to be a matter of time before we were linked with a potential target, after all, we`ve already advertised the fact that the squad lacks balance and that Al Fayed has made some money available.

Unfortunately, the first target we`ve been linked with in a leading tabloid this morning fills me with dread. The mere mention of his name makes me cringe not that I`ve got anything against him personally. In fact if he were to stay where he currently plies his trade I`d be eternally grateful.

You see, if the rumours are true, it puzzles me why we would even consider signing Harry Kewell from Liverpool. Okay, if the rumoured fee is only £1.5 million it would, on the surface seem a bargain. However, he`s so injury prone I doubt whether we`d see him in a white shirt more than a handful of times.

Therefore, we beg you Roy, if you are looking in the direction of Anfield, please don`t focus on Harry Kewell. He`s not what we need.

Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Wednesday January 2 2008
Time: 4:37PM

Comments

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always injured kewell wouldnt touch him
mick66owl
02/01/2008 16:52:00
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I've heard he's featured in 11 of the last 14 Liverpool games!
merlin
02/01/2008 17:02:00
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get dugarry in! or is he retired? lol you need some inspiration though thats for sure.
toffeetower
02/01/2008 17:15:00
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That's where Bullard will come in! I personally think kewell would be a great signing!! He's been playing regular for Liverpool recently!
oranje_emu
02/01/2008 22:10:00
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Too injury prone and too lightweight. R.H can bring in better.
martintheveg
02/01/2008 23:12:00
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He would be AMAZING! ok he is injury prone but we bought lee cook when he was injured HK is a great player and at 1.5 Million i would
Backslash2010
03/01/2008 17:31:00
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If we were to somehow get Kewell, it would be one of the greatest signings in Fulham history. The Liverpool fans rightly regard him in the same class as Torres, Gerrard, and Alonso. Honestly, he is underated by the posters on this message board. They are saying that he just has a decent cross, well he has everything. His only problem is of course his injuries but i think a fresh start at a club like us could see him turn a corner. Trust me, he would be such a huge signing for us.
Jessus
04/01/2008 05:06:00
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