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Davis Leaves for Rangers!

The first of the Lawrie Sanchez era of transfer signings looks to be on his way out!

Steven Davis, a Northern Ireland international signed from Aston Villa in the summer, joined Glasgow Rangers last night as the transfer window closed amidst a flurry of activity.

Davis, who made twenty-five appearances for Fulham since signing, has initially gone on loan until the end of the season, however, the midfielder seems somewhat pleased by the move remarking last night,

"It really is a dream move for me."

"I grew up as a fan and I have remained that way. So when I heard that Rangers were interested in taking me, it was a no-brainer really."


We here at Vital Fulham would like to wish Steven all the best as Roy Hodgson continues to re-shape the team to suit his requirements and style of football.




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday February 1 2008

Time: 8:32AM

Your Comments

The first of the rats off the sinking ship?
merlin
although as a Rangers boy I'll have to wish him every success at Ibrox!
merlin
He'd have thrived for us if he'd been played alongside some taller, more powerful midfield partners!
Putney
He was Rubbish! He couldn't: Pass, Shoot, Tackle, Run, Header, Slide or Play football
Backslash2010
Amazed by his fall from grace. Looked a real player when he first came through the ranks, then went off the boil, and from what i saw of him at Fulham he has turned into a really poor player. Such a shame.
DeanoVilla
Fall from grace? He's gone to the second best club in Britain in my humble opinion!
merlin
THE SECOND BEST TEAM IN BRITAIN!HAHAHAH! No doubt you have some links to the idiot scotts gosh i hate the scotts!
villavillavilla
 

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