Date: 10th April 2008 at 7:13pm
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I always liked Leroy Rosenior, I really thought he had a future at Fulham and I still don`t know why, truthfully, Sanchez sold him.

Tonight, the Evening Standard has a comprehensive piece on the demise of our Premier League status, it may be a bit premature but I doubt if anyone would argue the fact it looks like happening.

The aforementioned article contains some great quotes from Liam who has taken time out to explain what was going on behind the scenes when Chris Coleman was so rudely sacked.

Here`s what Liam had to say,

“A lot of people were not happy at certain decisions that were being made at the club and it has put Fulham in a lot of trouble.”

“It upsets me because I was at Fulham for years. The people who were there last year were under-estimated.”

“For the first half of the season we were always nine or ten points away from the relegation zone. Then we were losing away and drawing at home, that`s what got us into trouble.”

“We were still five points clear of relegation with five games to go when Chris Coleman went, and that was a big shock to everyone. That really did affect the club, that decision.”


Liam, currently at Reading, may well be in the Reading side we face this Saturday, is he right in his analysis, was Coleman removed form office too soon?

 

6 Replies to “Rosenior – The End of Coleman!”

  • S***hez sold him because his “positional awarness” was poor and Lawrie thought, for some crazy reason, Soel was better for the future and that Baird would keep Liam out of the team anyway!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Sorry that always cracks me up!

  • The idiot whose name thou shalt not type was an idiot who sold Rosenior because he was not from Northern Ireland and who, although flawed and not as good as Volz, was able to hack it in the Premiership. Dirty S was only interested in buying Championship quality players hence he decided to sell him! Chris Baird… give me strength!

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