Dunno, he’s pretty much exactly what they need, and I think they will probably spend heavily again. They can’t get the signings as wrong as they did last time.I think someone better will come in. Happy to take the money from anyone willing to pay it, but Ollie will be back in this division in a year if he goes there.
How about a link
Another in agreement here. No one is denying it would not piss us off massively and their fans will be insufferable about it but if they put £25m on the table and were the only club to do so then he goes. The moment we lost the final we were going to be open to offers from any PL club and Ollie would not turn down a move if they become the only bid to meet the valuation just because it is Fulham (even it is to fight relegation).once he goes doesn't really matter where, as long as we get good money for him and a quality replacement..
Same but I’m being mugged off on Twitter around my suggestions it being more of a friendly rivalry. lolI genuinely can’t find any reason to dislike Fulham.
And I’m 47 so grew up with them as our most often faced local team.
This is a good sign for us. The market is picking up a bit. Chelsea are about to give Leicester a big wedge as well. The dominoes are starting to fall...
Twitter is nothing if not predictable. No wonder Benham decided to swerve it.Got to live social media... Fulham linked with Watkins and in one easy step some fans are questioning whether Benham has ever put any of his money into the club or whether he is actually a fan!
I detest social media I'm "young" at 31, I left Facebook and I have a blank Twitter account just so I can search Brentford transfer gossip lolGave up Twitter a while back.
Stupendously good decision for my blood pressure
Football is his career and moving to Fulham guarantees he can live like a king for the rest of his life without having to work passed whatever the length of contract they give them.You would have to question his career choices if he went to Fulham.