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Writer:Tudor
Date:Thursday July 29 2010
Time: 10:33AM

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He'll make Craven Cottage a difficult place to go. Meanwhile, I've just bet a van load of croissants that Craig Bellamy and Crocky Santa Cruz will be at Fulham inside two weeks. And he might be after signing a couple of our younger players on loan, too.
Johnny Baguette
29/07/2010 10:44:00
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Let's hope he does a decent job for us. Not sure why, but plenty of our fans are against the appointment. I, however, think it's a smart move and I can't wait to get the season going. Good luck to you guys at Eastlands!
KBFulham
29/07/2010 10:51:00
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Nice one KB! You can certainly expect to see some attacking football, and I'll wager he will operate more freely without the burden of having been an ex rag.
Johnny Baguette
29/07/2010 10:59:00
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Good luck to Sparky. He made some great decisions whilst at City like the signings of Tevez, Kompany, De Jong etc. Unfortunately his failure in central defence and the Robinho situation screwed him. I'm sure he's learnt from those shortcomings and I think Fulham will benefit from that. A good appointment in my view.
SkyBlueSuedeShoes
29/07/2010 11:32:00
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best of luck Sparky - you acted with great dignity at City even though you were only average as our manager - Fulham nore your bag and you should do well.
Wswilly3
29/07/2010 11:43:00
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Finally he will have a decent squad to work with for a change
Rob-EFC
29/07/2010 13:35:00
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Best of luck Leslie.
Bluedub
29/07/2010 14:51:00
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In off the post, Rob, lol!
Johnny Baguette
29/07/2010 14:53:00
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How long until we receive a formal 20.6 million bid for Santa Cruz? ;)
StuMCFC
29/07/2010 15:53:00
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Good luck to him! He'll do well there - fantastic appointment for Fulham. Now ... come get santa cruz please :)
Bundo
29/07/2010 16:06:00
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