Date: 6th July 2010 at 1:16pm
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The movement of a manager from one club to another often heralds a situation where several key members of the playing staff follow him.

Now Gentleman Roy Hodgson has already said that he`d not be returning to Fulham to snaffle our best players and it`s something we admire about Roy.

But, when he gets to Anfield and sees what he`s inherited could he be tempted to change his mind and snap up the likes of Hangeland, Zamora or A.N Other!

Al Billy; obviously has his reservations having supplied us with a poll that thought along those very same lines. He wanted to know if you thought Roy`s exit could see a mass exodus of players!

Now this might not be players leaving to join Roy but players who might be surplus to requirements when the new man inherits Roy`s throne.

So how did the poll turn out, should we be worried or is it all much ado about nothing?

Well the results seem to err towards the latter with 47% believing there will be a significant change in the playing staff at Craven Cottage with slightly less, 38%, reckoning life will carry on much the same.

Now if only the 15% who opted for the not sure option hadn`t been so undecided we might have got a much clearer picture.

Personally I think we`ll see three move on and five or six come in!

What are your thoughts?

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4 Replies to “Fulham – Will it be All Change at the Cottage?”

  • Don’t think there will be a mass exodus, but I suspect there are a number of players with one year left on their deals that will be looking for their next job.

  • suces has its price for a small club like ours big clubs swoop and players jump thats the way it is

  • All depends who you get as a manager ……. Gary Megson won’t change much and I think Steve Staunton is still available or what about Chris Coleman back.

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