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Crunch Time for Diarra!

It`s been a tale of woe, this season, for Mahamadou Diarra.

The Mali international has been beset with injury and, as his contract starts to run down, he faces a third operation.

Whether Fulham will renew his contract or not appears to be up for debate with Martin Jol remarking to the media,

"I think it will be quite complicated without an operation to get him fit again."

"He was the main man last season when he came in. He gave us a boost but you have to be fit. If not he can do nothing for us."

"Hopefully, in a few months we will sit down, have a look at him and make a decision."


It`ll be interesting to see which way this one goes.




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday March 16 2013

Time: 1:23PM

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i'm not sure fulham needs to bring him back... use some leverage and see what he'll come back for...
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