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Pearce Comeback Cut Short!

It`s been a mixed couple of weeks for our veteran defender, Ian Pearce.

After scoring the equaliser against Portsmouth with a last ditch shot, despite suffering from a foot injury, Pearce was forced to sit out the matches against Everton and Manchester City.

Yesterday, he made his comeback but had to be replaced after only twenty-four minutes, once again succumbing to injury.

With four very important games left in which we hope we can secure our Premiership status, here`s one Fulham supporter who sincerely hopes that Pearce can still play about in shaping our destiny.

Get fit soon Ian!




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday April 15 2007

Time: 12:04PM

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I guess he came back too soon!
Putney
was rushed back...but its probs his last season in the top flight anyway.
EvertonMike
 

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