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Marton Fulop Eases Man City Keeper Crisis

Manchester City announced late on Tuesday 27th April that the club had agreed to take Sunderland's third choice goalkeeper, Marton Fulop on a three match emergency loan deal.

The official MCFC website issued the following statement.

'Hungarian international Marton Fulop will train with City on Wednesday after switching from Sunderland on an emergency loan.'

'The move comes after Blues number one Shay Given's season was ended by a dislocated shoulder at Arsenal on Saturday.'

'Twenty-six-year-old 6' 5' Fulop is no stranger to being in a club on a temporary basis after having stints at Chesterfield, Coventry and Sunderland whilst a Spurs player and then joining Leicester and Stoke from the Stadium of Light.'


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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday April 28 2010

Time: 2:40PM

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Can;t believe you've been allowed him. Whats wrong with Nielsen? ANd just put an academy player on the bench, thats what we did earlier this year.
LifeLongBlue
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28/04/2010 16:41:00

Because the Premier League rules allowed us to bring in another keeper, thats why.
Tudor
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28/04/2010 16:42:00

pansy's.
los_angeles_villan
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28/04/2010 19:06:00

he still is about as good as a piece of foam in a goal (useless basically)
Avfc94 we do
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28/04/2010 21:57:00

oh well 1 thing we all can say is see ya pompy because pompy pay up pay up pompy
Avfc94 we do
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28/04/2010 21:58:00

I think we should be docked points, fined, drummed out of the League and forced to play all our games for the next 300 years behind closed doors for this blatant breach of PL rules. It's an outrage! Hang on, what's that? Oh, the League allowed us to do this? Well I never.
fifthcolumnblue
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28/04/2010 22:02:00

 

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