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Fulham - Not Another Injury?

Who broke the mirror then?

After thinking our injury list couldn`t get any worse it has!

Our South African midfielder, Kagisho Dikgacoi, has suffered an ankle ligament injury that will keep him out for six weeks.

The injury, suffered in the fixture against Bolton, forced the midfielder out of the action early and Roy Hodgson will be wondering just when this apparent jinx will end.

Speaking about this latest injury, Roy had this to say,

'The game at Bolton was once again an expensive game for us, because we got a point, but have lost another player as Dikgacoi will be out for five to six weeks."

All we can do is wish the lad a speedy recovery!


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The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday February 8 2010

Time: 5:23PM

Your Comments

Ridiculous bad luck! At this rate, the players could just carpool to Sunderland at the end of the month. No need for a bus.
Teddy_KGB
haha... i read that he was our best player before he went down... sad to see him rounding into form and then get injured...
woodysweats
it give Etuhu the chance to get back into the swing of things though!
Al Billy
etuhu and murphy to rule
truth sayer ffc
Yep get des tutu and murphy together.....its like jason and kylie (aka neighbours) know what i mean?
Leonestar
 

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