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Healy Fighting

David Healy has snubbed a move to Championship strugglers Sheffield Wednesday.

Wednesday manager Brian Laws approached Fulham about signing the Northern Ireland striker on-loan after other deals collapsed.

Healy has found it difficult in the Premiership since his move from Leeds and with three new strikers already at the club and another possibly on the way places in the team are harder to come by.

Despite this Healy still snubbed the chance of regular football in the championship to stay and fight for his place here at Fulham.

Good luck with that David. You`ve still got a lot to prove to us.

Writer:orange_emu
Date:Friday February 8 2008
Time: 9:39AM

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If he had some first team experience he could get better, alas he wants to stay and prove that he still can't Run, Pass, Hold the ball or Head the ball
Backslash2010
08/02/2008 13:49:00
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sorry chaps - i think his time is up!
merlin
08/02/2008 17:12:00
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after that vote of confidence ,any chance of talking him into comming to huddersfield town...lol..lol..LOL..
80s terrier
08/02/2008 18:03:00
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Only can score for N Ireland, didn't do anything with the Leeds scum!!
will it ever happen
08/02/2008 18:44:00
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Huddersfield - he ain't that feckin desperate mate!
merlin
08/02/2008 20:10:00
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maybe not but I get the feeling his Fulham career is all but over!
Putney
08/02/2008 21:23:00
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