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Cottagers enter Nolan race

Post  Guest on Fri Jun 10, 2011 8:34 pm

Fulham have joined West Ham in the race to sign Newcastle skipper Kevin Nolan as doubts continue to surround his future.

West Ham have already failed with one bid of £3million and reports now claim that new Fulham boss Martin Jol wants to make the 28-year-old his first signing for the Cottagers.

Jol has been handed £15million to spend on new players since replacing Mark Hughes but he will have to blow a significant chunk of that kitty on Nolan as the Magpies want £6million.

Newcastle want to keep Nolan but after he rejected the club's latest offer of a new contract, the writing is on the wall.

Nolan still has two years left to run on his contract but rumours are refusing to go away suggesting he will leave this summer, with his former club Bolton also said to be keen on taking him back.


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Re: Cottagers enter Nolan race

Post  wolfie on Sat Jun 11, 2011 4:02 am

No disrespect to Fulham/Bolton and West Ham but I believe Kevin Nolan wants to achieve something sooner rather than later and to be honest, Newcastle can give him a far better chance of that that those teams.
He has a good rapport with the fans and the fans love him, plus he is a key figure not just on the pitch but in the dressing room as well.

Nolan, if you're reading this, which I know you are, then get your head down and just play and then next season you can re-negotiate your contract.

You know it makes sense Smile

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