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Parker up for former club

Speaking to the official site it`s clear that El Captain, Scotty Parker, wants to make his return against former club Chelski/Chewsee/Chelsea on Sunday. The midfielder, who`s taken a bit of a public battering recently, told the club website:

"I still don't know how I did the injury at Sheffield United. Hopefully I will be able to train on Thursday and be fit to play against Chelsea on Sunday. It's always nice to play against your former team-mates and friends, but it's a massive game for us and it will be up to players like myself to try and unsettle Chelsea and get amongst them.'




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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday April 17 2007

Time: 7:43PM

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Get stuck in, more talk on not off the pitch and howay the lads.
Shearer#1
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18/04/2007 12:09:00

Agreed Shearer lad. Still it was about time Parker came out and said something, His head's been under the paprapets for weeks.
Roy4Triggs
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18/04/2007 13:14:00

Parker is a terrible choice of captain. Give it to Taylor.
BaldEagle
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18/04/2007 19:52:00

Parker"s off to WHL,unlike Duff or Charles "cant be boffered" N"zogbia that is..!!
chalky76
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19/04/2007 00:53:00

Another midfielder to Spurs? Why am I not surprised.
Roy4Triggs
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19/04/2007 08:56:00

Give the lad a little longer - we've not really found a way of accommodating him like Charlton did.
SirLes
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19/04/2007 09:31:00

 

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