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Donovan could be a good fit for Fulham

For some managers, the January transfer window can't come soon enough. Take David Moyes and Mark Hughes. I'd wager that the bosses of Everton and Fulham, respectively, will be the most enthusiastic observers of the countdown clock on New Year's Eve. Heck, they might even get a head start by watching the festivities in Australia.

Both clubs are in the middle of borderline train-wreck seasons when so much more was expected of them, especially Everton, after top-12 finishes in 2009-10 -- Everton at No. 8 and Fulham at No. 12. They sit at the bottom of the form table (performances in the past six games): four draws and two losses for the Toffees, three draws and three losses for the Cottagers. Fulham's seven-game winless streak is also tied with Everton for the longest current streak in the league.

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