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Fulham - Some Good News (for a change)!

After being a surprise absentee for the trip to Bolton, Bobby Zamora will be fit for selection against Burnley.

Bobby, who reportedly picked up a bug close to the game, joins Simon Davies on a list of those available again.

Speaking about his recent injury problems, Roy Hodgson has coyly remarked,

'Bobby is fine and has recovered from his sickness, and will be back, as is Simon Davies."

'We have barely got 18 players. There is no longer a selection problem at this club, (the problem) is 'have we got 18 fit players to fit the 11 spots and fill the substitutes bench?'


All so different to last year when injuries were so scarce!


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The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday February 8 2010

Time: 5:22PM

Your Comments

If we ever needed Bobby to go on a scoring binge, this is the time!
Teddy_KGB
do it bobby!
woodysweats
Oh Bobby Zamora! (To the tune of White Stripes)
DeuceBigelow
as long as we win tomorrow I don't care who scores!
Al Billy
or even better oh bobby zamooooooooooooooore me thinks
truth sayer ffc
Bobby and Okaka up front to s**t 'em right up. Big des tutu the enforcer, murphy pulling strings. Duff and Davies down the wings. Hangleland and hughes central defense with shorey and kelly. Big M to keep em out. COME ON YOU WHITES AND ROY!!!!PUMP UP THE JAM!!!
Leonestar
To be honest i'd rather see Baird on the right than Kelly.
Oldwolf
Actually fair point....the only reason i went for kelly is that baird could be back up in both the central mid or in the back line. has been noted!
Leonestar
SPOT ON AGAN LEONSTAR
truth sayer ffc
 

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