Date: 25th July 2008 at 4:40pm
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Fredrik Stoor will finally become a Fulham player next week, as we predicted.

The current Swedish right-back will make a final appearance for Rosenborg against NAC Breda, this Sunday, before arriving at Craven Cottage in a deal close to £2 million.

Stoor is looking forward to the challenge and has commented,

‘This is very exciting and feels like a great challenge.’

‘This is the toughest league in the world. It will be hard but I have the chance of becoming a regular.’


For those of you not sure of his career so far, Stoor began his career in Sweden with Hammarby IF before going to Rosenborg in 2006. He currently has eight Sweden caps to his name.

Welcome to Craven Cottage Fredrik!

 

6 Replies to “Stoor – Almost signed on the dotted line!”

  • This is brilliant news, took a lot of time to tie up the deal but the defence is starting to look good. Just hoping we sign an experienced centre half to backup and compete with Hughes and Hangeland then we’ll be sorted

  • is he anygood to be honest with u aron hughes played well at trhe end of the season but should he start or should we move someone in thier

  • This is going to be Hodgson’s demise I think buying Swedes, Finnish, Danish, Norwegian players. If Fulham go down this season you already know the headline ‘Hodgson’s luck in Scandinavian’s fails to pay off’. Watch out for a raid by Bromby or IF Elfsborg.

  • He’s signed Nevland, Andreason, Stoor, Hangeland and Kallio. Two Norwegians, A Dane, a Finn and a Swede. Both our Norgs are great. Our dane looks class and the giant Finn looks more than capible of backing konch up. Stoor looks likely to do well for us too! I don’t think we have to worry too much about iNathans prediction.

  • nor me Oranje. Roy has brought in Premiership quality players, I predict a lot of teams are going to be eyeing up Hangeland come christmas, I hope we hold onto him. Andreasen is a great, young, physical player, Nevland is a poacher of goals in a ‘Gary Lineker’ mould. His dealings in the transfer market have been superb!

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