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The Reserve Team played our neighbours on Monday evening at Griffin Park.
The match against Chelsea saw new signings Eddie Johnson and Toni Kallio further improve their fitness levels with both players getting through 90 minutes.

Long term absentee Simon Elliott also saw a return to action. The New Zealand international was replaced, as planned, just after the hour mark. His return to action pleased Reserve Team Manager Billy McKinlay who was impressed by his hard work and general play.

The game itself saw the Whites take a two-goal lead with strikes from Michael Timlin and Seol Ki-Hyeon - however the home side were able to rescue a share of the points with a last minute equaliser.

After the game McKinley explained, "If you draw two-two and the game pans out different you might be able to accept it but conceding in the last minute like that leaves a feeling of disappointment."

Fulham: Batista; Omozusi, Pearce, Kallio, Ashton; Brown, Elliott (Briggs 65), Timlin, Ki-Hyeon; Johnson, Ehui

Writer:orange_emu
Date:Tuesday February 12 2008
Time: 11:26AM

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Have to say we had a strong team out as well with Sinclair, Smith and Di Santo making his debut!
merlin
12/02/2008 19:22:00
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gotta admit though, the Timlin free kick was something special!
merlin
12/02/2008 19:23:00
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Di Santo played quite well apparently! Did you go to the game then merlin?
oranje_emu
12/02/2008 19:41:00
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How old is timlin? Cause he seems to be quite good, might he be ready for the step up?
Backslash2010
13/02/2008 16:00:00
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Ahh i see now that he is 21 so mabyhe missed the boat so to speek
Backslash2010
13/02/2008 16:16:00
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anyone see our second goal - class - superb free kick!
Putney
15/02/2008 17:31:00
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