Date: 19th August 2010 at 4:45pm
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The ideal scenario would have been to have the squad sorted, settled and eager for action prior to the start of the new season.

Unfortunately, life doesn`t often run to plan and with Roy Hodgson departing for the north-west and the subsequent arrival of Mark Hughes, we`re a lagging a little behind in the transfer stakes.

But, some two weeks into the job, Hughes has kick-started his regime with the signing of the Belgian striker, Moussa Dembele, and there`s also the suggestion that he`ll not be the last with Hughes greeting the signing of the striker with the following remarks,

“I`m glad we have finalized the deal with Moussa Dembele.”

“It is important that we add strength and depth to enable us to compete.”

“Moussa is strong and will add another dimension to our attacking options.”

“I look forward to working with him, and with a few more additions.”


Does anyone care to offer a suggestion as to which area of the squad Hughes will want to improve next?

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5 Replies to “Fulham – Hughes Not Finished Spending!”

  • All depends on all the rumours going round we could need a keeper and a left back, I?d like to see a another left footed midfielder as cover for Duff, I know we have players who can play there but it?s not the same as having a genuine left sided winger.

  • maybe roy has 1 or 2 tnat are not needed at anfield but at least we have not lost anyone yet

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