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[Fulham FC] Dylan De Rossi: Once More With Feeling

Started on 19 October 2014 by InvertedWingbacks
Latest Reply on 3 November 2014 by InvertedWingbacks
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Very interesting so far! Good luck! I'll be following

Fulham Unveil New Man

Big Money: Peruzzi Moved from Italian Side Catania for an initial fee of £1.5m

New Fulham boss Dylan De Rossi has wasted no time in re-moulding the squad to fit his vision, bringing in big-name signing Gino Peruzzi from Catania, in a deal which cost the club £1.5m just now, but could reach as high as £5.5m. Speaking to journalists today, De Rossi seemed excited by his new man

"Gino is a big name for the club, and i'm eager to see what he can produce. At 22, he has already made 4 appearances for Argentina, and that International experience is something i'm looking into helping him grow. He's been bedding in well in training, and some of his passing work has been nothing short of sublime."

The Argentinian right-back started his career at Velez in 2010, playing 33 times for his hometown club before a £2.8m move to Catania, where he went on to make 22 appearances, scoring once for his team in Serie A. Already proven at the highest level, Peruzzi is a solid indication that Fulham are moving in the right direction to make their return to the Premiership at the first time of asking.

Peruzzi Profile
A top signing for you, he will shine!
Awesome update :) I bought him too but for Villa hehehe, loving the story btw and i am amazed how many good stories are out atm
Thanks gents!

Justice: I'm hoping so, we need some good stability in defence
Jason: Yeah, it's great to see! Thanks man!
Top signing, and great graphic, he'll do well for you!

Fulham Rebuild Continues With Loan Deal

Potential: Pugliese Is Touted As One Of Italy's Greatest Talents

The rebuild at Fulham continues apace today, with Atalanta's Midfield prodigy Mario Pugliese joining the club on a season-long loan, with the London Club able to buy him at any point this season for what could be considered a 'bargain' £3.5m.

The 18 year old midfielder has been lauded in Italy for his natural fitness, even if some have suggested his technical skills need worked on. No doubt that is something which De Rossi will be well aware of, and with no shortage of players for him to learn from, Pugliese will be hoping to adjust to life in England as quickly as possible.

Pugliese Profile
Another future superstar in your ranks, take good care of him!
Oh Pugliese. I can not wait to see if he develops the way he should
Some quality signings here! Hopefully they'll perform well for you.

De Rossi's Thoughts:

A mixed group of first games, but overall the initial signs are positive. George Williams has been exemplary in midfield, providing some real creativity for the forwards. Currently, we sit 6th in the league, only 2 points off of Derby, who currently occupy first position. Next month, we have another tough schedule, including a trip to Derby in the Capital One Cup's 3rd round. I'm hoping we can continue our initial momentum into next month, and remain, as a minimum, in the play-off position.
I really love the graphics used in this, great update mate and a great month to go with it, excluding Derby. :D
Graphics are amazing mate loving this story
after the first letter you had my attention. Great writing !

Succes in your first big job ! Hopefully you kick back in the Premier League
I lay, stock still in my bed. Concentrating on my breathing, I considered the month we had just had. A solid enough start in terms of results, but I had seen enough defensive frailties exposed to be concerned. We had to improve, and fast.

The team I had inherited was young, and, although our attack was somewhat inexperienced, we had a youthful vitality that could run rings around the older defences in the league. What we needed was consistency. And consistency could be hard to come by. I rubbed my eyes, and stretched my aging, aching spine, before lifting myself from my bed, and padding across the bedroom to shower.

Half-way there, my phone rang. I considered, for a moment, ignoring the call, but at 4.50am, it clearly wasn't a social arrangement.
"Yes?" I snapped, Irritated that my morning routine had been interrupted.

The voice which replied was not happy. As I listened, the incessant rambling lead to a building pain in my forehead, and I was swiftly losing patience

"I don't know who you are, or what exactly it is you are requesting of me. But I'm not having this conversation over the phone. Meet me in 45 minutes. Destination your choice."

The line went dead.

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