Date: 25th May 2009 at 9:13am
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So the Premier League season ended for Fredrik Stoor exactly as most of it had already been, namely sat on the bench.

Stoor, if we are to be honest, has played second fiddle to the excellent John Pantsil this season and the Swedish international has spoken out about the situation.

Not surprisingly, Stoor has intimated that, despite having three years left on his contract, his desire to play regular football is paramount, remarking,

“I have three years left on the contract, and haven`t spoken to the club yet. But I still want to play more than I do today.”

So, could Stoor be one of those sold to allow Roy to bring in fresh talent seeing as JP has the right back slot sown up?

Or would you keep him?

 

6 Replies to “Fulham – Stoor’s Future?”

  • I haven’t seen him play enough to make a determination, which might tell you something in an of itself. He’ll definitely get more time on the pitch next season with Europa League. He was good enough to play in the Euro 2008, so I feel like he should have the quality for Europa, but I don’t know about the Prem.

  • He’s played so few games, only Roy and his team can judge him. I think he will be one those who will wait on our Europe situation. If we qualify he will get a fair few games in that competition. Pantsil has been excellent and Stoor has a tough battle in getting that position.

  • Apparently hes the fastest player in the squad… i have yet to see that though, keep him now we qualified!

  • he’s got a three year contract and if we sold him would we get enough in return for someone of similar quality I doubt it!

  • Paintsil will be away for the African Cup some time in the Winter. He should get a good run of games then.

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