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Worthington Boosts Healy Confidence!

Yesterday, in the results of our poll relating to which striker you thought would be the next to leave after the signing of Andrew Johnson, David Healy, our Northern Ireland international, featured heavily at the top end of the poll.

The twenty-nine year old is clearly at a defining point in his career as the 2008-2009 season approaches, however, he has good support from his international boss, Nigel Worthington, who has called him up for the friendly fixture against Scotland, in Glasgow, commenting,

'We will have to see what happens at Fulham with David now they have signed more strikers,'

'He will get his head down and carry on working in training and, if he gets a chance, show what he can do in games.'


What are the chances of Healy notching up a quick-fire double against Scotland?




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday August 12 2008

Time: 4:35PM

Your Comments

Would love him at Rangers but a strikers the last thing wee need just now.
GregE1873
get out of it - you can't even afford Davis!
Al Billy
haha yh and steven davis is only 4 million i mean these days 4 million is basically pocket change its buger all money shame he cant bring his form to fulham otherwise we would do very well but his timesover
boca3
all the better fpr us if he tries even harder!
oranje_emu
Read rumours this morning that Cardiff are going to make a £1.5m bid for him
Jossmyth
 

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