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Fulham:Malbranque close to return.

Former Fulham midfielder Steed Malbranque is close to a start for new club Tottenham Hotspur.

Tottenham signed Malbranque towards the close of the summer transfer window but he was injured at the time of signing and it has taken until now to get him ready for his debut, I am not sure where he will fit into Spurs plans if last nights win against Club Brugge in the Eufa cup is anything to go by as they seem to have an abundance of excellent midfielders lining up for a game as it is! but as theeir injury problems are normally as bad as ours, who knows?




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Date:Friday November 3 2006

Time: 4:40AM

Your Comments

I for onee was sorry to see him go, he will be immense for the Spuds...eventually...lol
squeaky
I was also sorry to see him defect and am sure that the Tottenham fans will takee him in oncee he shows them what he is made of, just another example of the beest players wanting to leave us for a bigger club!
Cravens
With Malbranque now at Spurs, their midfield will now be unbeatable you wait and see.
wei, wu and shu
If w had of kept him, we would be doing much better in the league, then we are now.
fulham usa
Nice to see a few of you have made some good comments about him, not slagging him off etc. I really believe he will be a massive player for us and will probably be a regular if he stays fit. Steeeeeeeeeeeeed!
ScottDaYid
Thanks Scott.
wei, wu and shu
Yes wee are a pleasent lot on vital Fulham...lol
fulham usa
Its a shame that he had to go to those north london yobbo's though!..lol
loubie
Now now, don't be bitchy, only Tottnham would buy an injured player and him miss more than a quarter of the season!
sammy.luke
Yeah!!!!!!!!!
wei, wu and shu
Our loss their gain!
Cravens
you guys have missed him I think.. sometimes the money does not always work...
ernshaw
 

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