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#1
DAVID HEALY - Retired

David has retired from soccer as the all time Northern Ireland goal scorer with 36 goals for his country.

He is a Member of the Order of the British Empire!!! Did you know that?! I didn't until now!!!

He was brought to Fulham FC by Lawrie Sanchez and made 30 appearances for the club scoring approximately four goals in the 2007-08 season. Then he went to Sunderland.

For more information about David Healy check out his Wikipedia page.

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Hea...tballer%29

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#2
Thank you Dallas but I will forgo the pleasure of investigating the life and time of Davis Healy.  I have better things to do like talking to you.
http://www.fulhamfc.com/news/all-news



Khan must be told that not all mild mannered people are a super heroes.
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#3
Andranik Teymourian.

Currently plays for a team called Tractor Sazi.

Was the first Christian to captain Iran.

Made one appearance for Fulham FC.

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andranik_Teymourian
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(11-05-2015, 09:37 PM)Dallas link Wrote:Andranik Teymourian.

Currently plays for a team called Tractor Sazi.

Was the first Christian to captain Iran.

Made one appearance for Fulham FC.

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andranik_Teymourian

Your research is amazingly irrelevant.
http://www.fulhamfc.com/news/all-news



Khan must be told that not all mild mannered people are a super heroes.
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#5
Ahmad Elrich - Retired.

Made six appearances for FFC. At some point in his career before FFC he played for a club called something like Parramatta Power and I think that's a fun name.

According to Wikipedia "Elrich was charged with possessing two loaded pistols and a quantity of the Cialis drug in May 2011.[11]"

Get more interesting info on Mr. Elrich on his Wikipedia page.

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ahmad_Elrich
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#6
Did you know that Lewis Holtby's dad used to be a British soldier?!

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lewis_Holtby
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#7
Toni Kallio's nickname is "Bonecrusher".

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toni_Kallio
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#8
Think I can help you out here Dal:

Southend’s Michael Timlin sinks Stevenage to seal Wembley place

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#9
Sean Paul Farrell

Senior career
Farrell caused a stir among sections of the Luton support with his open support of the club's rivals.[1] He went out on loan to Colchester United in 1988, and broke into the Luton side during the 1990–91 season, when he made twenty appearances. However, the return of David Pleat to Luton heralded a loan move to Northampton Town in 1991 before a permanent £100,000 move to Fulham. At Fulham he scored 31 goals in 94 games before moving to Peterborough United in 1994. In 1997 he joined Notts County, and played there for four years before joining Burton Albion, where he ended his career due to injury in 2003

Farrell now lives in Nottingham and works as a driving instructor.
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#10
Julian Hails

Hails was studying for a maths degree and playing part-time at Hemel Hempstead Town, before being offered a trial at Fulham.[1] Part of the deal that took Hails to Fulham was that he could stay on and finish his degree.[1] He joined Fulham permanently in 1990.[2] He played as a right-winger for Fulham, a position his father used to play for Lincoln City, Peterborough United, Luton Town and Northampton Town.[1] Hails made 126 appearances in all competitions scoring 13 goals,[2] being voted as the "Player of the Season" by Fulham fans during his spell with the London club.[1]

Peter Taylor signed Hails for Southend United in early December 1994.[1] He made 182 appearances for Southend in all competitions scoring seven goals.[2] Hails was moved into right-back position in September 1997, when Alvin Martin took control as the manager.[1] He won the "Player of the Season" award that season after a number of impressive performances.[1] He was forced to retire in 2000, after a two-year struggle with knee injuries.[3]

Life after football

Hails has a BSc honours in Mathematical Studies.[4] He is now a maths teacher at The Haberdashers' Aske's Boys' School, when he joined in May 2006, and has had various football and cricket coaching roles at the school.[4]
"Welcome to FoF Faversham... The Offal became synonymous with childish petulance" - Fernhurst
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