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Bolton Under-Strength for Fulham Clash!

Bolton Under-Strength for Fulham Clash!

It seems ages since we started to preview a Fulham Premier League game, well a darn sight more than three weeks.

Anyway, speaking personally, I can`t wait for this weekend and a fixture against Bolton Wanderers, the sort of team we should be taking three points from, especially when they have a few injuries.

Already declared as unavailable are their record signing Johan Elmander, who has a hamstring injury and Matthew Taylor who has a toe injury.

The Bolton manager, Gary Megson, has declared Elmander`s absence remarking,

'Johan is making progress and I'm pleased with the rehab that he is doing,'

'He won't be available for the Fulham game but he's making progress."


Sadly, any hopes we had of Fabrice Muamba also missing the clash have been dismissed with Megson adding,

"Fabrice is alright he just got a kick."

See, its working I can sense you all getting excited about Saturday already!




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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Tuesday September 9 2008
Time: 4:48PM

Comments

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I reckon we can kick their arses even if they had a full strength team out!
Al Billy
09/09/2008 20:06:00
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especially since Big Sam is long gone!
Putney
09/09/2008 20:09:00
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yeh just be aware of their physical game n dead ball tactics. get enough rest for those of our lads who r away on international duty, n we'll be fine COYW
genuch
10/09/2008 03:48:00
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we are a much more physical and stronger team this year we should be looking at a win
dan the man
10/09/2008 10:06:00
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