Thursday, 8th April 2010

Damien Duff has had a massive season for Fulham since his move from crisis-stricken Newcastle United in the summer. The Republic of Ireland international, under the guidance of new boss Roy Hodgson, has managed to rekindle the type of form that made him a regular at Chelsea, prompting the 31-year-old to believe his nightmare at St. James’ Park is behind him.

I think it’s well documented that my three years at Newcastle didn’t work out and it was a massive move for me to come to Fulham and get my career going again,” Duff said on the club’s official website. “I knew the gaffer from my Blackburn days and obviously coming to play at such a good club and team was going to excite me. This whole season, especially working with the manager, has sparked me so to speak and I’ve loved every minute of it.”

Duff has managed nine goals already this season, just two less than his best ever tally.


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