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Fulham - Davies On The Way Back!

Our spies tell us that our Welsh international scored today whilst continuing his rehabilitation after an injury curtailed his season back in April.

In a secret friendly, played at Chelsea`s Cobham facility, Simon Davies opened the scoring for Fulham against a very strong Chelsea side that included long term England injury victim, Joe Cole.

The game, watched by Roy Hodgson, finished 1-1 and we await news of when we can expect Davies t make a first team recall!


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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday September 8 2009

Time: 9:00PM

Your Comments

So glad he's on his way back; we've missed a class player.
Edens
Very under rated. He has been badly missed!
JayFFC
His absense didn't seem to effect us very much at the end of last season, but it certainly has so far this season. I'll be glad to have him back.
Teddy_KGB
Agree with all the above comments, Davies is quality and badly needed in the team. Davies v Gera is just no contest!
donfulham
and looks like he'lll be fit for Sunday!
Al Billy
RIGHT ON AND A WIN WOULD BE GREAT
truth sayer ffc
donfulham, you couldn't be more right... davies v gera is just not open to debate... can we send gera back to wba with joe? but seriously, i will be very happy to see davies back in the fold 100%
woodysweats
 

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