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Hughes Injury Lingers On!

Having missed what seems like numerous Premier League games courtesy of a groin injury, it`s still not good news for Aaron Hughes.

Our defender now looks set to miss the final two Euro 2012 qualifiers for Northern Ireland.

Hopefully, the groin injury will clear up soon so that Hughes can resume Premier League duties for Fulham, preferably alongside Brede Hangeland at the heart of our defence!




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 4 2011

Time: 4:45PM

Your Comments

Why does Jol persist with Senderos next to Brede?
Al Billy
Last few games he has played Baird and Hangerland together and left Senderos on the bench. Have to say Baird has looked exceptional, against QPR when they actually bothered to try and cause us problems Baird was there with some excellent interceptions
donfulham
Baird great player like i said underated
truth sayer ffc
 

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