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Fulham - Aaron Hughes Talks!

Fulham - Aaron Hughes Talks!

There`s every possibility, with the injury situation as it is, that Matthew Briggs will make a second consecutive Premier League appearance.

After being picked for the Chelsea game, Aaron Hughes was one of the players who offered a few thoughts on how the youngster had performed,

'We see him [Briggs] everyday in training so we know he's got a lot of potential."

'He's a big, strong player who's really comfortable on the ball and that's why the manager had no problem putting him in a game like this."

'He showed everybody exactly why the manager showed faith in him against Chelsea."

"He's got a good head on his shoulders, he works hard and over time he's only going to get better and that's good for us.'


As for Wednesday night and the forthcoming trip to Newcastle, a former club of his, Hughes had this to say,

'We stuck to our task against Chelsea and we feel a little bit unlucky not to be leaving without anything to show for it."

"It would be nice to win on Saturday against Newcastle but we know they're on a high after winning three on the bounce. They've been doing really well and causing teams a lot of problems whilst working very hard and grinding out good results.'


Never forget though that lesser teams than us have won at St James Park this season!


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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Friday November 12 2010
Time: 4:11PM

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Briggs got caught ball watching a few times, but played pretty well overall. Hangeland and Hughes will have their hands full with Carroll. Hope they're up for it.
Teddy_KGB
12/11/2010 20:59:00
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a good youngster
truth sayer ffc
15/11/2010 18:41:00
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