Date: 6th May 2009 at 5:00pm
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There could be a surprise face amongst the eighteen selected for the last three games.

Our Iranian midfield international, Teymourian Andranik, has returned to Craven Cottage, from Barnsley, and is eligible to play for us in our remaining three fixtures.

It gives Roy Hodgson the ideal chance to re-assess the future of a player who, to be honest, has failed to make a significant impact since his arrival from Bolton Wanderers.

 

6 Replies to “Fulham – Andranik in the Frame!”

  • in my opinion, qualifying for europe should come before seeing which players we want to keep for next season… we have something to play for!!

  • I may regret saying this, but I don’t see any harm in letting Teymourian sub in for Etuhu or Murphy with 10-15 minutes to go. He wasn’t that impressive earlier this season, but neither was Etuhu when he first hit the pitch. Give him a shot.

  • I can’t see Roy doing anything out of the ordinary to be honest. He has had 35 games to play ‘out of favour’ players, and all we’ve seen is a small glimpse of Brown and Milsom.

  • Agreed, but I suspect he may re-appear against Newcastle, particularly if we get three points from Villa. I don’t know if Roy will risk too many of his regulars against that desperate group of hackers with the finale at home to Everton, a chance to close out the season in style. With Davies out, we only have Dacourt, Gray and Teymourian.

  • I get the feeling Roy has already judged him as he would have had a chance earlier as he sees them all the time in training. I’d much rather see Giles Barnes given a run than Andranik.

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