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The Fulham manager, Martin Jol, insists he has no regrets about losing striker Bobby Zamora to Queen's Park Rangers, who visit Craven Cottage this evening.

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The Fulham captain could prove to be an astute bit of business either now or in the summer for clubs seeking defensive reinforcements and Cottagers fans will be alarmed that one of their star men has not been signed up as yet, particularly after the summer exits of Mousa Dembele and Clint Dempsey.

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The 19th Century Garrison Church is surrounded by wasteland on the site of the former Chelsea Barracks which is being redeveloped into a glass-and-steel design by architect Richard Rogers in 2009

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