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Fulham defender unhappy at Cottage

last updated Friday 08th June 2007, 5:27 PM
  Franck Queudrue  
     
Franck Queudrue

Franck Queudrue is reportedly ready to leave Fulham as he is not a fan of new manager Lawrie Sanchez's style of play.

The Frenchman only joined Fulham last summer but the sacking of Chris Coleman towards the end of the season has led him to weigh up his options.

Queudrue claims he feels uneasy playing the direct style favoured by Sanchez, and as a result is now open to offers from other clubs.

"We can't say that the club had a good season," Queudrue told Football365.fr. "Regarding our squad, we could have done better.

"I left Middlesbrough because I felt it was the right moment for me. I experienced everything with them and didn't want to play like it was a routine.

"Then Fulham contacted me and Chris Coleman's speech seduced me. He wanted to rebuild the club. I love that kind of challenge.

"Lawrie Sanchez is totally different. He is an expert in direct football. I respect it but it isn't for me.

"We talked about it together. I haven't made a transfer request, but I will study the possibilities. A departure is possible."

The former Lens defender is open to a return to France, although Premiership interest may yet surface in the 2006 Uefa Cup finalist.

"I have to meet my agent. Before joining Fulham, there was a little something with Liverpool," Queudrue added. "We will see. The same with West Ham.

"People often talk about me going to Marseille. I don't think I am unaffordable for French clubs."































Source Laurent Picard at SkySport
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