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Fulham - Brede to Take a Rest!

The last couple of games have seen our Norwegian international, Brede Hangeland, miss the home fixture against FC Basel but making a comeback against West Ham, on Sunday.

Rumours were rife that Brede had picked up a slight ankle knock whilst others, in circulation, implied he was just being rested for the Europa League fixture.

It turns out that the former were in fact right.

It transpires that Brede has withdrawn from the Norwegian international squad with a slight ankle knock, with the official line from Brede being,

"My ankle`s a bit painful but I am going to use the break to get fit."

Good to see the club being put before country on this occasion.


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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 6 2009

Time: 4:46PM

Your Comments

godd move get him rested and fit
truth sayer ffc
wonder who their playing... but get him fit... it doesn't make sense for him even internationally to make any injury worse by not resting it and playing on it...
woodysweats
i take it there is no chance of Norway qualifying then!
Fulham Badger
more chance of us winning the PL i'd suggest :-)
Al Billy
Good to see Brede values us over Norway!
AlexFFC
I dont think its that so much Aiex I think he just wants to get fit
truth sayer ffc
 

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