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Everton hold Fellaini fears

With the trip to Manchester United coming up on Sunday following the international break Evertonians are just hoping the players come through their games unscathed.

Marouane Fellaini has been David Moyes's talisman this season, the Belgian has put in some inspirational performances this year and whilst the two goals against Aston Villa may have only been worth a solitary point it represented the fighting spirit that this side holds, desperate not to lose.

So if there was anyone we wouldn't want to hear was sitting out of training due to an injury scare it would be Fellaini.

The midfielder sat out of training for Belgium yesterday after complaining of a hip problem. He is now a major doubt for the game against Slovakia and potentially the game against Manchester United on Sunday.

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Writer: Yak Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday February 5 2013

Time: 11:00AM

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Fingers crossed he just misses the Belgium game, ridiculous to hold friendlies midweek between 2 games. Desperately need Fellaini back for United if we want to get a result, last tow occasions has completely dominated their defence and hopefully will do the same on Sunday in a good win.
Rob-EFC
A huge sigh of relief will be heard from our dressing room if he is ruled out. Frustrates us united fans stupid that players like fellaini, Toure, Diame and even at one point tchoyi are allowed to run riot and dominate us year on year without any sort of plan to cope with then or nullify them somehow. He really does highlight what we lack in midfield.
TheFamousNo7
 

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