Date: 31st August 2009 at 10:41am
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With the transfer window set to slam shut on September 1st, seeing as the authorities don`t work Bank Holidays, we can expect a late rush of rumours implicating several players in a last minute move to Craven Cottage.

One name already emerging as a real candidate to become a Fulham player very shortly, in fact some sites go as far as to say he`s already at the medical stage, is David Elm.

David Elm is, our sources confirm, the elder brother of Rasmus Elm who was a supposed target earlier this summer.

The elder of the Elm brothers (unless there are more lurking in the woodwork) is a striker six feet three inches tall who plays for the Swedish side, Kalmar. Hs goal record is nothing sensational but we`d be guessing that with 12 in 64 games for Kalmar he`s seen, by Roy Hodgson, as back-up for Andrew Johnson, Bobby Zamora and Erik Nevland.

Or has he unearthed a gem that`s likely to take the Premier League by storm?

 

7 Replies to “Fulham – Chase Swedish Elm!”

  • He we will come on as cover. He is a big, strong attacker – not spectacular but hard working, good ethics and morals and will suit Fulham as a person I think. He is the least talented of the three Elm brothers (all have played for Kalmar and are born close by(, but not a bad footballer. I think he can be an asset to Fulham and he is a nice guy. (My sister lives as a neighbour to his brother Rasmus…;_)

  • Also, he has a good shot, his height reinforces that he is a decent header. A solid rather typical Scandinavian footballer I would say.

  • Might be a solution what we will need upfront, a proper target man. Creating chances for the other forwards and that we need badly, physical presence.

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