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Schwarzer Wants Fulham to Help Boro!

Yesterday we mentioned that Aston Villa and Spurs have their beady eyes on Mark Schwarzer.

Hopefully, Mark will not betray us and leave Craven Cottage at the end of the season. He`s had a fantastic season and is amongst the contenders to be voted as our player of the season.

But, the Australian showed, unsurprisingly, that he does have a few feelings left for hi sold club, Middlesbrough.

Speaking ahead of the weekend fixture with Newcastle, but also keeping one eye on the Boro situation, Mark has remarked,

"They still need to win one of their last two games. Hopefully we can finish on a high."

Or as we`d like to say, kill two birds with one stone.

A Fulham win would help our chances of Europa League qualification whilst also hampering Newcastle`s chances of escaping relegation thereby giving hi sold club a glimmer of hope with regards to survival.




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday May 14 2009

Time: 5:00PM

Your Comments

I need no additional incentive to beat the barcodes, but wouldn't it be interesting if all three relegation places remained unsettled going into the final weekend.
Samboney
PLEASE beat Newcastle for us!
TheSlaven
I have a feeling this weekend will be interesting
FUL4EVA
I'd much rather see Boro safe with Hull and Newcastle going.
AlexFFC
I for one would be delighted were we to get the win come Saturday.
KBFulham
couldn't give a toss about anyone else other than us!
Al Billy
lol - be nice to see a big north-east club go down wouldn't it?
Putney
agree with alexffc. but unfortunately it looks like newcastle will be staying up
taniban
So long as Hull go back down i dont mind, i do not dislike either team, however i do think St James park is a better away day
FFC Daz
i just want the three points...
woodysweats
AND MARK DID JUST THAT WITH A GREAT SAVE FROM BUTT LATE ON TODAY!
Putney
 

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