Date: 8th December 2006 at 6:56pm
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Fulham’s Moritz Volz has signed an extension to his contract that will see him play at the Club until the summer of 2009.

Volz joined Fulham on a permanent contract from Arsenal for an undisclosed fee in January 2004, having spent a six month loan spell at the Cottage. The twenty three year-old German born defender, joined Arsenal from Schalke 04 in June 1999 and made his debut as a substitute in the Worthington Cup. A loan spell at Wimbledon followed, where he became a regular feature and he continues to be part of the German national team set-up.

Moritz Volz said:

I am very glad that I have now signed my extension with the Club. I am happy to be playing again and I am looking forward to the things that come now. Things are going well here and we want to progress as a team, and I believe the next couple of results are key in what we can hope to achieve this season.

‘We always look to improve our performances as a team and obviously for me, as an individual as well. So I`m glad I`m playing regularly again and I want to make sure I keep in the team, and that we do well.`

 

6 Replies to “Volz extends contract.”

  • This is a step in the right direction, it is good to see players having the confidence in the club to want to stay……good news!!

  • I suppose another way of looking at this is when another team comes in for him we should get good money!!….lol

  • Oh you pessimistic sod, true though! but what can you do if a player wants to go because a ‘bigger’ club wants them? its better to get shot of em and have some dosh to get someone else who wants to play for the team!

  • I have always rated Moritz Volz since he was at Arsenal. And I am annoyed that he doesn’t get very many games in the Premiership at the moment, but it is good to see him signing a new contract despite this, and I hope to see him play more games in the future. But I do find it wierd that Mr. Volz can get into the Germany World Cup squad, but can’t make it into our own.

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