Former Real Madrid midfielder could make Fulham debut against Wolves

14:01 02 March 2012

Mahamadou Diarra

Mahamadou Diarra


Team News: Fulham v Wolves

Fulham’s new signing Mahamadou Diarra could make his Premier League debut in against Wolves on Sunday at Craven Cottage.

The former Real Madrid midfielder joined on a permanent deal until the end of the season earlier this week and his manager Martin Jol has confirmed he could be involved against Terry Connor’s side this weekend.

However Fulham full back Stephen Kelly is a doubt with a little tear in his right quad, while midfielder Dickson Etuhu will be assessed when he returns from international duty today.

Zdenek Grygera (knee) and Steve Sidwell (hernia) are the only first-team players definitely unavailable.

Squad: Schwarzer, Stockdale, Kelly, Riise, Hangeland, Senderos, Hughes, Baird, Murphy, Etuhu, Diarra, Gecov, Kasami, Frei, Dempsey, Ruiz, Davies, Duff, Dembele, Johnson, Sa, Pogrebnyak.

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