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Sods Law!

Sunday wasn`t the best of debut days for Bryan Ruiz.

Somewhat mesmerized by the speed of the play and the fact there is so little time to dally on the ball, our expensive Costa Rican forward was hauled off, by Martin Jol, at half time.

On paper, the Europa League looks an ideal competition in which Ruiz could flourish and use to acclimatize to the pace that English sides play the game at.

In fact the coincidence that our first game was against his old club would have given Ruiz that extra incentive to show the Craven Cottage supporters that he is a 10 million player.

But, sods law, Ruiz will be playing no part in our Europa League campaign having already played for FC Twente in Europe this season!

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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday September 14 2011

Time: 4:44PM

Your Comments

Apparently if we get out of the group stage he can then be put in the squad when the team sheet is re-submitted
Oldwolf
Apparently if we get out of the group stage he can then be put in the squad when the team sheet is re-submitted
Oldwolf
that would be helpful...
woodysweats
that would be helpful...
woodysweats
Yep. I think he's eligible IF we reach the knock-out stage, but IMO, we're not going to make it out of the group.
Teddy_KGB
Yep. I think he's eligible IF we reach the knock-out stage, but IMO, we're not going to make it out of the group.
Teddy_KGB
 

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