Date: 6th June 2010 at 11:28am
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Could there really be a major upheaval at our club in the coming week or two?

The Sunday press are adamant that Liverpool are going to up their pursuit of Roy Hodgson, in fact the media are now of the belief that an approach to secure his services will be made imminently.

They also remark that Roy, once Fulham have granted permission for Liverpool to talk to him, is ready to discuss the move north.

Yesterday, there were also rumours that Liverpool were looking towards Guus Hiddink as the successor to Rafa Benitez but the Dutchman has, seemingly, ruled himself out of contention.

And as for Sven Goran Eriksson declaring his interest, I doubt that it would have even registered in the Anfield boardroom as a possibility.

To compound matters one tabloid is even reporting that senior Liverpool players have been asked about Roy Hodgson taking over and that a favourable response was given.

Am I alone in thinking that we`re fighting a losing battle here?

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7 Replies to “Fulham – Adios Roy?”

  • Football is stupidly frustrating like that. Reach a European final and then lose your manager to a club with a transfer budget of 4 million pounds but loadsa history. *****ers.

  • not sure he’ll go, I reckon he respects us for giving him another chance in the EPL

  • Its up to you big mo al fayed if you cant convince him to stay no one can start looking for a good replacement I hear chris coleman is looking for work he never had much money last time around

  • Want him to stay, but if an offer comes, I expect him to leave. Whatever happens, I just want it settled soon!

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