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Fulham: No change there then!!

Fulham: No change there then!!

What seems to be becoming the norm this season, Fulham are constantly being decimated with injuries to key players, and the forthcoming Christmas programme is no different!!

Captain Boa Morte will be out for a month with a hamstring tear; fellow midfielder Diop faces a month to six weeks on the sidelines with a quad muscle tear - and defender Pearce's back problem is expected to keep him out for two weeks.

But manager Chris Coleman is hoping goalkeeper Antti Niemi, rated 50-50 following his recovery from cartilage surgery, and left-back Franck Queudrue (gashed shin) will return against Boro on Monday.

Kick-off at Craven Cottage is 8pm.


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Date:Friday December 15 2006
Time: 5:54PM

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Jeez you're injury crisis is almost equal to newcastles, must be something in the water!!
BaldyYid
15/12/2006 21:06:00
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They are instrumental players in our squad, what is the matter, why can't the lesser players get injured instead of the importan ones.
wei, wu and shu
16/12/2006 12:11:00
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This has NOT been our season, methinks.
squeaky
16/12/2006 12:24:00
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You say this but we are doing well in the league considering that we havn't even got half of our squad fit.
fulham usa
16/12/2006 12:27:00
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More ******* injuries!!!
loubie
16/12/2006 12:36:00
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I think tha Coleman should be applauded for getting the team in the position (league) that he has, alot of other 'top' managers would not be there if they were managing Fulham now!!
Cravens
16/12/2006 13:14:00
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