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Fulham - Kamara Out for the Season?

Fulham - Kamara Out for the Season?

Sad news has filtered through that we`re unlikely to see Diomansy 'Joe` Kamara in competitive action, at all, for Fulham this season.

Kamara, who recently had a second operation on his injured knee, is now unlikely to even start training until January with Roy Hodgson quoted in the News of the World as saying

We don`t pin our hopes on him as it was a very serious injury. The earliest he could train is February.

Disappointing news all around but we`re sure Diomansy will come back as strong as ever for the 2009-2010 season.



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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Sunday January 4 2009
Time: 11:04AM

Comments

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sad news considering how much of a dangerous player he looked at Man City away last season when the great escape started!
Al Billy
04/01/2009 17:25:00
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thats bad news i would of liked to see him play alongside z man and aj what a great frontline that would be
dan the man
04/01/2009 20:41:00
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I agree, however Roy has got such a good team together now, it would be hard to drop players. Lets get him fully fit and then exposing him to the world
jackbarendse
05/01/2009 09:08:00
0
amazing how its forgotten he was very poor for most of last season. Would have provided a different dimension to our team tho.
oranje_emu
05/01/2009 12:09:00
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He was awful for vast periods of time last year. He actually woke up and started performing like someone who might possibly have been worth the crazy money that S*****z paid for him towards the end of the season. Obviously his performance against Man City stands out. I was looking forward to seeing how Kamara would settle in his second season, its a real shame this has happened.
donfulham
08/01/2009 08:16:00
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