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15 Dec 2010 22:43:27

Fulham say boss Mark Hughes is safe and pledge 10million transfer kitty

Fulham owner Mohamed Al Fayed has told Mark Hughes his job is safe and further reassured him by pledging £10million for next month's transfer window. While concerned that Fulham are only goal difference away from the relegation zone, Al Fayed is aware main striker Bobby Zamora has been out for over three months and summer signing Moussa Dembele has also been plagued by injury. Staying put: Fulham have assured Mark Hughes he is safe from the sack Hughes knows a return will be expected on any investments but is confident Roque Santa Cruz can provide the extra firepower needed, if a fee can be agreed with Manchester City. The Fulham manager has had a positive feedback on Santa Cruz's fitness and also explored the possibility of a short-term loan for LA Galaxy midfielder Landon Donovan. Christmas comes early: Hughes has been promised £10m and wants to use some of it to sign Manchester City striker Roque Santa Cruz  Christmas comes early for Fulham as Santa Cruz hints at England stayPremier League dream still alive for keeper Ochoa despite Fulham snubFulham risk Everton wrath with loan move for LA Galaxy star DonovanFULHAM FC


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