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Fulham - Kamara Looking too Down Roma!

With Andrew Johnson injured there is every chance that Diomansy Kamara will start up front for Fulham this evening.

Diomansy, who scored in our 2-0 win over Hull City on Monday, will be eagerly looking forward to getting into the thick of the action and he has previous experience of playing against AS Roma, remarking ahead of the game,

"We haven`t lost in the group stage, so it`s a really big game."

"I know Roma, I played against them when I was with Modena in Italy. I scored against them as well, so I hope I play again and score, too."

"Roma, Basle and Sofia have all lost in the group so far. Only Fulham haven`t lost, so maybe if we win this game we go through to the next round.

"That`s important for us. With 10 points you finish first or second definitely, so it`s important we don`t lose."


A win would give us 7 points and with Sofia yet to come to Craven Cottage, 10 points is a realistic target is it not?


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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday October 22 2009

Time: 4:30PM

Your Comments

Even with a win today, there's still a lot of work to be done. A draw would not be the end of the world, but a loss would be difficult to overcome with away trips to Basel and Roma ahead.
Teddy_KGB
Very disappointed. So close!
Teddy_KGB
WELL IT NOT THE END OF THE WORLD TEDDY BUT STILL HARD TO TAKE
truth sayer ffc
and, as a team, we almost did it - gutted!
Al Billy
is Kamara doing enough to keep his spot if AJ gets fit?
Fulham Badger
JUST ABOUT BADGER
truth sayer ffc
 

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