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Fulham's Franck Queudrue says he will "look at what options come his way" as he does not like new manager Lawrie Sanchez's long-ball approach (Mirror)

Would Queudrue be worth bringing to the club?

Besides the fact he's a bit of a head case, that last season at the smogs he was a great LB.

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quedreue is a poor defender (as hes not the quickest) but has good delivery and sets up a few goals. been playing the left side of a defensive 3 at boro in his las season there and reverted to left back at fulham whereupon he was given a rough time by some of the faster right sided midfielders.

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quedreue is a poor defender (as hes not the quickest) but has good delivery and sets up a few goals. been playing the left side of a defensive 3 at boro in his las season there and reverted to left back at fulham whereupon he was given a rough time by some of the faster right sided midfielders.

That explains it then, thanks.

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Fulham's Franck Queudrue says he will "look at what options come his way" as he does not like new manager Lawrie Sanchez's long-ball approach (Mirror)

Would Queudrue be worth bringing to the club?

Besides the fact he's a bit of a head case, that last season at the smogs he was a great LB.

 

;)

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What Keith Lamb had to say about Viduka:

 

"We'll move on," Lamb continued. "Mark Viduka is part of our glorious past now, and it's not about what has happened in the past. It's about what we do in the future."

 

;)

 

I must've missed that.

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