Date: 3rd October 2012 at 4:48pm
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You`d have thought that lying at the bottom of the Premier League table, Bobby Zamora would have had more to think about rather than try to muddy the waters at Craven Cottage.

But it seems that Zamora can`t keep his trap shut and has gone to the red-top publications to offer a few words about an apparently troubled Craven Cottage.

Zamora, who is in danger of going from hero to zero, has offered what he believes are the following words of wisdom,

“I left because I didn`t see eye-to-eye with Martin Jol. I think that is the case with the majority of players there now.”

“A lot of the lads aren`t happy.”


I can only hope that when Queens Park Rangers get around to coming to Craven Cottage, all this kind of garbage is remembered and Zamora gets the hot reception his comments deserve.



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5 Replies to “Trouble in the Camp?”

  • You would think he has more important things to worry about, like what does a striker in the championship earn these days 😉

  • here here was a big fan but as long as martin gets the wins any problems should be delt with behind closed doors the players earn enough money and dont like being told what to do if the QPR players like mark HUghes they should try to save his job if not he will be gone by christmas

  • here here was a big fan but as long as martin gets the wins any problems should be delt with behind closed doors the players earn enough money and dont like being told what to do if the QPR players like mark HUghes they should try to save his job if not he will be gone by christmas

  • Just sounds like a lot of sour grapes to me, he’s realised that he’s joined a cr@p team and will soon be playing in the Championship and has thrown his toys out of the pram, time to man up Bobby and accept the consequences of your own actions

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