Date: 20th August 2010 at 4:12pm
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Only a matter of weeks after putting pen to paper on a permanent deal, after spending last season on loan at Craven Cottage, it`s being implied that Jonathan Greening could be heading for the exit.

According to one decent source, Greening doesn`t play any part in Mark Hughes plans and the boss is open to offers for the player.

Already sniffing around are Blackburn Rovers, according to our source, who are looking at taking the thirty-one year old midfielder on loan.

Would he be missed?

Or has Mark Hughes judged this wrong?

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11 Replies to “Greening Set for Fulham Exit?”

  • Wouldn’t be missed by myself. A transfer that should never have happened in the first place.

  • Let’s hope this one is true. The guy never wants to accept responsibility and just gives short passes to others which often puts them in trouble.

  • Haha, well said Woody. I’m liking Sparky’s style so far. He’s making his stamp (i.e not buying Sidwell, looking to ditch Greening) but he’s doing it subtly and they’re all decisions I agree with.

  • actually i did rate him but he ended up not stepping up so i think its a good call. shame we bought him, who made that decision as roy had left!?

  • I think you are all being a bit unfair he steped in when needed when we lost murphy and etu and did ok otherwise blackburn would not want him and big sam is no mug although I am puzeled as to why we made his loan deal perment and then loan him out but I do like mr hughes tough cookie

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