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No! Please Don`t Do It Sean!

No! Please Don`t Do It Sean!

If you recall last week, I was worried about Franck Queudrue, doing as several players do, namely score against a former team.

This weekend we could all sit and agonise over an even worse situation!

Sean Davis, the very player that scored the goal that got us promoted to the Premiership back in April 2001, against Sheffield Wednesday, could score the goal that, if things do not go our way, will send us back down.

It`s a thought not lost on the ex-Fulham player who has remarked,

"It is a shame it has come to this situation because we fought so hard to get promoted and I will be gutted if they get relegated."

Here`s a tip for you then Sean!

If you get a chance, just scuff it mate, stick it high and wide, nobody will suspect anything is amiss!

Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Friday May 9 2008
Time: 4:08PM

Comments

0
Now that would be a feckin scream :-)
merlin
09/05/2008 16:22:00
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no it would not! scarper merlin!
Putney
09/05/2008 16:36:00
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He was with us from the third division to the prem, i'm sure that he'll send a few over the bar!
Backslash2010
09/05/2008 16:54:00
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He'll probably score an own goal or gift your side a goal just like Queudrue did!
Fan of Blues
09/05/2008 17:10:00
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Hopfully
Backslash2010
09/05/2008 17:34:00
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He didn't score for us last season & the one he thought he scored in 7-4 with Reading was credited as an own goal. So I very much doubt he will. Defoe on the other hand might!
storagematt
09/05/2008 20:27:00
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I wouldn't mind seeing him back at the cottage!
oranje_emu
09/05/2008 21:43:00
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