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Most Likely to Score - Malbranque or Healy?

As the return of domestic football fast approaches, the fixture against Sunderland is eagerly anticipated.

The visitors are likely to have two ex-Fulham players in their squad although there is the distinct possibility that only one will start.

Steed Malbranque, who had a very successful period with us before moving to North London, is likely to feature heavily but lurking on the bench is likely to be the enigmatic scorer, David Healy.

I say enigmatic because Healy has a fantastic record at international level but struggled to make any major impact at Craven Cottage.

Since going to Sunderland, Healy has spent a lot of time on the bench and, in reality, isn't a lot better off than he was here at Craven Cottage.

But, football is littered with those who wreak revenge on teams they've just left and a nagging suspicion refuses to leave my thoughts, a suspicion that suggests Saturday could be one of those days when either Malbranque or Healy puts one over on us.

If I were to ask you to choose, which one would you put your hard earned cash on to do the dirty deed?

Malbranque or Healy?




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday October 15 2008

Time: 4:53PM

Your Comments

Healy to score a late conselation goal bringing the score to 7-1!!!!
Backslash2010
lmao - only SEVEN! Just a win would suit me!
Al Billy
I'm going for Etuhu - got a strange feeling about this one!
Putney
I see Healy has already scored for Ireland tonight!
Al Billy
........oh dear.....all three will score one each.......two of them coming off the bench in the second half...
lincolnblue
they can both score so long as we score three
dan the man
 

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