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Frank talking

Apparently Monday is D-Day for Frank Quedrue as he holds a conference call with Wor Sam over a move to NE1. Having watched West Ham`s resident psychopath Paul Konchesky sign to take his place last week, French Frank knows his days at Craven Cottage are numbered and Mr Six, his agent, has been busy howking him around the PL clubs, trying to get him a regular slot.

As desperate as we are for a left back is this really what we need?

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The Journalist

Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday July 16 2007

Time: 9:25AM

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In answer to your question, NO, this isn't what we need. Mind you, Sam does get the best out of players most see as misfits or under performing. Not one to really excite though!
Shearer#1
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16/07/2007 09:39:00

if were gonna be in talks with fanni then surely we dont need him..plus babyaro has a point to prove....im not convinced on this one
Toon4LiFe
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16/07/2007 10:51:00

I like the look of him. However our French defender production line hardly makes for good reading...Goma, Domi, Bernard, Charvet, Dumas - need I go on?
SirLes
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16/07/2007 13:13:00

 

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