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Fulham - Bring Him Back - We're Confident!

It`s amazing when you think times are hard just how harder little thins make them.

As if taking on the 'Geordie Nation` straight after their 2-0 win over Aston Villa wasn`t reason to fear they`ve had something of a renaissance, we now discover that matters could be compounded by the return of their goal -machine, Michael Owen.

Owen who has fallen of Capello`s England pedestal returned as a substitute on Monday night after recovering from a groin injury.

Naturally, Owen is keen to resume starting eleven participation as soon as possible and is already looking towards Craven Cottage as a potential returning point, citing,

'Hopefully, I can get back in for that one,'

Now we could wallow in misery for another few paragraphs but Owen or no Owen, I feel this Newcastle side are there for the taking and if we play as well as we`re capable of it`ll not make no difference as to whether golden-boy plays or not!




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday November 5 2008

Time: 7:03PM

Your Comments

Owen v Hangeland - little and large :-)
Al Billy
ooooooooo no not gud, owen myt steal one
sdavies25
We`ve nearly always managed to shackle him in the past, i don`t see us having to particularly spend too much time worrying about him this time either. Is nowhere near the player he once was and didn`t reach the dizzy heights he could have done either.
martintheveg
He won't be match fit in any case, so that will be in our favour. I'm optimistic for this one.
Edens
Hughes will have him, No worries
oranje_emu
put in a good team performance and we should get points from this game
dan the man
we can't afford not to!
Al Billy
 

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