Date: 12th October 2010 at 4:31pm
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The Fulham career of Fredrik Stoor never really took off.

It`s been a stuttering affair which could now be nearing its end.

With Stoor, now 27 years of age, not being part of Mark Hughes` plans it`s being suggested that Stoor could well be on the verge of going out on loan again.

Having dropped down into the Championship to play for Derby, one leading red-top is now inferring that Stoor is on the verge of dropping back into the Championship to play for another East Midlands side, Leicester City.

Leicester, now with Sven Goran Eriksson in charge, are backed by Thai owners and when approached about new signings, Sven is quoted as having remarked,

“I am in a good situation because I spoke to the owner and asked ‘How much money is on the table?` and the answer was ‘You tell me what you need,` so that is very good.”

“We can`t buy any players until January. Maybe we can take one or two on loan until December.”


Which is where, according to the leading red-top, Stoor comes in with the inference being that the Scandinavian will join his fellow Scandinavian at the Walkers Stadium, on loan, until January.

If it is a move that comes off then we`d like to wish Stoor all the best.

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6 Replies to “Fulham – Stoor Exit Nears!”

  • loan with first chance to turn down a buyout… is he really worse than kelly? seems crazy to me…

  • He p1ssed off Hodgson and never got a decent run-out. Thought he might have a chance with Hughes as Stoor is more of an attack-minded defender, but I guess not. I don’t understand why it’s been so hard to be rid of him. One would think that any reasonable transfer fee would be sufficient, but we seem to be content to pay him for nothing.

  • Pantsil has had a poor start to the season and I don’t think Hughes rates him. Kelly has also looked vulnerable when he’s played. We’ve never really seen much of Stoor but if both RH and Hughes don’t rate the chap then who am I to argue?

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