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Fulham - Stoor on a Flying Visit?

I`m not sure how long ago it graced our pages but I can definitely recall that Fredrik Stoor was on the list of those players that Fulham are prepared to let go to trim the wage bill in January.

Stoor, currently on loan at Derby and being well received there, has unfortunately returned to Fulham this week after picking up an ankle injury.

It is believed that Derby want Fulham to check the extent of the injury before a decision is made on whether he`ll be able to play on Saturday against Doncaster Rovers.

A little strange if you ask me unless Derby need our consent in case the injury is further aggravated!


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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday December 15 2009

Time: 4:42PM

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we may need him for cover when pantisl gose to the anc
truth sayer ffc
true... maybe he'll finally get a chance to play...
woodysweats
As Fulham are still on the hook for his medical well being, I'm sure we don't want to see him really injured - if for no other reason, than something like that might prevent us from selling him in January. I agree with the others, though. I wouldn't mind having him back for Pantsil's absence.
Teddy_KGB
so would you prefer Stoor over Baird at right back?
Al Billy
Absolutely. I think Baird has played well recently as a defensive mid, but I never thought he was very good at right back.
Teddy_KGB
i would even perfere kelly i think roy will stick with him a run of games may see him inprove
truth sayer ffc
 

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