Date: 13th May 2008 at 9:37pm
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Roy Hodgson has urged Mohamed Al Fayed to invest even more money on players if we are to avoid another flirt with relegation next season.

Al Fayed has already provided Roy with £10 million in which he used to bring in the impressive Hangeland and Andreason who to me looks to have the class to play at the highest level.

Unfortunately Al Fayed was over generous with the funds to Sanchez, who spent £30million on what turned out to be total garbage! This may leave Al Fayed a little less happy to open his wallet but with Roy saving the club a reported £42 million could prove to be enough to loosen Mohamed`s grip.

With the new poll currently stating we need to strengthen across the whole team shows serious investment is needed.

What seems to be the first signing of the summer, David Stockdale, will be playing for Darlington this Saturday with the game live at noon on Sky Sports for those who wish to see what we have spent £600,000 on.

Plus will Stalteri be offered a permanent move to the Cottage? Has he played well enough to be our first choice right back next season?

Your views please!

 

7 Replies to “Keep that wallet open!”

  • Every time I look at the site here I have to spend a few minutes staring at the league table just to make sure everything that has happened in the last 5 weeks wasn’t a dream! It still says 17!

    I don’t think Stalteri has enough quality at right back, but I think we need a striker the most. In the def I’m still a bit disappointed that Boca is on the outs.

  • Keller wants to stay, Niemi will probably go. Merling isn’t that what I said in the article?!?!

  • i hope he doesn’t surely stockdale will be a better player than him. Would still like to get a real quality keeper in who’s not old enough to have a bus pass

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