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Most Likely to Score - Malbranque or Healy?

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
Date:Wednesday October 15 2008
Time: 4:53PM

Comments

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Healy to score a late conselation goal bringing the score to 7-1!!!!
Backslash2010
15/10/2008 19:03:00
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lmao - only SEVEN! Just a win would suit me!
Al Billy
15/10/2008 19:07:00
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I'm going for Etuhu - got a strange feeling about this one!
Putney
15/10/2008 19:13:00
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I see Healy has already scored for Ireland tonight!
Al Billy
15/10/2008 20:22:00
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........oh dear.....all three will score one each.......two of them coming off the bench in the second half...
lincolnblue
16/10/2008 09:53:00
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they can both score so long as we score three
dan the man
17/10/2008 09:54:00
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