Fulham keeper heads to Holland
By Mark Kendall
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
ADO Den Haag have taken Fulham goalkeeper Jaroslav Drobny on loan.ADO Den Haag have taken Fulham goalkeeper Jaroslav Drobny on loan from Fulham for the rest of the season.
The Czech Republic shot-stopper moved to Craven Cottage last summer but has failed to establish himself.
He found himself behind both Tony Warner and Mark Crossley in West London, and the recent signing of Antti Niemi all but ended his career at the club.
Olympiakos were credited with an interest in the keeper, but he has now settled on a switch to Holland.
ADO, who have already brought in Cory Gibbs and Angelo Martha on transfer deadline day, were on the look-out for a new custodian with number two Cees Paauwe having picked up a serious knee injury.