Date: 22nd March 2009 at 11:06am
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The opening of the transfer window may still be a fair way off but still the suggestions relating to potential targets grab valuable column inches n the tabloids.

The latest to feature as a potential Fulham target is the Blackburn midfield player Aaron Mokoena.

According to the News of the World, the South African skipper, now thirty-one, wants regular first team football and is looking for a summer move.

Now, whilst not doubting his credentials I still have to ask a pertinent question!

If Mokoena can`t get into a Blackburn side struggling in the relegation zone how would he fit into an upwardly mobile team like ours?


10 Replies to “Fulham after Blackburn Star?”

  • very good idea….seen as we are a club on the up, sign good quality players, with time and potential to improve….

  • You failed to mention the most important thing about this article in the NOTW, the fact that they said that Hangeland moving in the summer is a certainty…….

  • Hangeland moving on or not, Mokoena is not a replacement, and as far as defensive midfielders are concerned Etuhu is doing fine. I don’t see how Mokoena could improve us. If you’re concerned about Hangeland moving on, go after Samba not Mokoena.

  • Go for Huddlestone if we need another midfielder, what we really need is another striker to put away some more of the chances we create. I think if we make Europe or get very close Roy will persuade Brede to stay. At least I hope he does!!!!!

  • i am a positive person, so my view may be slightly askew, but i think he will stay. mo and roy obviously recognise his importance, and brede is a loyal guy, not only to Fulham but to Roy himself. Plus, I don’t think there will be many, if any, ‘bigger’ clubs that would interest him, as they cannot offer him 1st team football. I think he is ours for a while yet….

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