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Fulham - Spurs Injury Woe Ahead of Cup Tie!

Wandering around the Vital network last night do I sense that Spurs are having problems ahead of our critical FA Cup clash this Saturday afternoon?

Apparently, Spurs have recalled their young midfield ace Jake Livermore, from Peterborough to compensate for a lengthy midfield injury list that already contains the names of Aaron Lennon, David Bentley, Jermaine Jenas and Tom Huddlestone.

It makes you wonder whether this really could be our year!

Get stuck into them lads!


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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday March 3 2010

Time: 4:36PM

Your Comments

They still have plenty of quality in midfield with Modric and Krancjar, but the absense of Huddlestone should help us in attack.
Teddy_KGB
Before all you Cottagers get too excited, remember we're talking about Spurs and the FA Cup. COYS
RonnyCOYS
Still have Modric, Kranjcar, Bale and Palacios for the midfield, but the squad is abit thin at the moment, our team will look something like that, not too shabby eh...Gomes, Corluka, Ekotto, Dawson, King, Kranjcar, Bale, Palacios, Modric, Defoe, Pavluchenko.
ScottDaYid
it'll be a good match... hopefully we can keep the cottage a fortress...
woodysweats
well said woody my thoughta excatly win win win me thinks
truth sayer ffc
I'm so excited about this one, we can win it believe me!
Al Billy
good to see some civil repsonse from Spurs fans - unusual I believe :-)
Putney
Spurs fans and civil in the same sentence - not possible!
Fulham Badger
just hold me back if we win.....hold...me...BACK!!!!
Leonestar
we won`t let this one get away at home.
osfc
 

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