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Peace breaks out at Stoke

Ricardo Fuller and Andy Griffin are reported to have kissed and made up after their public spat last weekend.

With Ric appearing on Sky Sports yesterday to say 'sorry' he couldn't resist one last swipe at Griffin along the lines of 'well, he started it!', Tony Pulis has now barred the media from the Michelin training ground ahead of tomorrow's FA Cup tie at Hartlepool. There was also media gossip that he could be on his way - a claim quickly and categorically quashed by the club.

With some luck Fuller will return to the fray, at White Hart Lane on the 27th January, hungry and ready for action. Yet again, he'll have to convince fans of his commitment to the cause - a goal or two at Spurs should do the trick.




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Writer: Chris Baldwin Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday January 2 2009

Time: 4:03PM

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and so they should.......their handbags have seen enough action for one season.....!!!
lincolnblue
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04/01/2009 10:57:00

A great example they are to the youingsters watching, pathetic Fuller. Should do some extra time in the local community to make up for his disgraceful behaviour.
storagematt
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08/01/2009 13:38:00

 

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