Hangeland hits out at Fulham

Brede Hangeland has slammed Fulham after the club informed him of his release via email.

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jackio (Arsenal) says...

@magicfuller - Your obsession is unhealthy. Have a little lie down.

Posted 5:11pm 4th June 2014

thefuldutch (Fulham) says...

Hanging my head in shame for the actions of my once lovely little club. Hangeland is the best defender I've ever had the pleasure of seeing at the Cottage, and to see him dismissed like this is an utter disgrace. Hell, if any Fulham player of the last twenty years deserves a testimonial, it's Brede. Never thought I'd want Al Fayed back, especially in the wake of the MJ statue fiasco, but I'm now at the point where I'd be willing to go to court and back any of his insane theories on Diana and Prince Philip if only he'd take over again. I didn't have high hopes for Mustache Man when he came in considering his stewardship of the Jacksonville Jaguars-the NFL's longest running joke-but this is going from mild fiasco to unmitigated disaster. We're almost making the goings on at QPR look dignified (almost).

Posted 2:45pm 4th June 2014

magicfuller (Stoke City) says...

@Outrun. Seeing as Arsene loves to sell and re-sign, if I expected any one to be going to the Emirates I would expect it to be Senderos. What a signing! What a manager

Posted 1:55pm 4th June 2014

JoeyBoswell (Liverpool) says...

There's correct protocol, and then there's the right way of doing things! Shoddy treatment of a loyal player and club captain. FFS FFC.

Posted 1:46pm 4th June 2014

magicfuller (Stoke City) says...

If this is how they told Hangeland, then I can only presume that they tied a note to a brick and threw it at Senderos's head when they didnt want him anymore.

Posted 1:32pm 4th June 2014

albert flapchop (Fulham) says...

And so the Hooped buffoons begin to crawl out of the wordwork.. Enjoy your season in the sun, it'll go as crashingly bad as the last one did.

Posted 1:00pm 4th June 2014

bun9 (Manchester United) says...

If only they hadn't taken down that statue. But they did and this is what happens.

Posted 12:52pm 4th June 2014

cookie_monster says...

small time club, i can't believe they lasted so long in the premier league on Al-Fayed's money. 3 more years and they will be back in the bottom division where they belong with crowds of 2,000. Good luck filling the neutral stand next season.

Posted 12:28pm 4th June 2014

Nutboy says...

All joking aside (age,high wages etc..) he would be an excellent signing for any promoted side or a side that is gonna be down near the bottom. No offense but I cant see a side with realistic notions of top 4 wanting him unless strictly for backup/cover.

Posted 11:45am 4th June 2014

jackstumps says...

If ever there was a more apt use of the expression 'gone to the dogs' it now applies at Fulham. Disaster on the field, disaster off it. What has happened since Khan took over? MAF might have had his critics but at least he knew about protocol and good practice.

Posted 11:28am 4th June 2014

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