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Quashie back


Filed: Tuesday, 23rd October 2007
By: Matthew O'Greel


Midfielder Nigel Quashie made a return to action tonight after some six months on the sidelines.

Quashie - who has made just a handful of appearances for the Hammers since a 1.7m switch from WBA last January - played a full 90 minutes for the reserves, who drew 1-1 with Fulham at Motspur Park.

West Ham's goal on the night was scored by winger Kyel Reid, cancelling out Bradley Hudson-Odoi's first-half injury time opener.

Stiffs boss Kevin Keen told whufc.com:

"I think a draw was a fair result. They had the first half and we had the second, but I was pleased with our attitude and performance, from both senior and younger players."

West Ham United: Stech, Pantsil, Widdowson, Tomkins, Spector, Quashie, Reid, Stokes (Hales 45), Collison, Jeffrey, Hines.

Subs not used: Edgar, Miller, Fitzgerald, Stanislas, Spence.

Fulham: Etheridge, Cumber (Thompson 30), Leijer, Omozusi, Ashton, Hudson-Odoi, Brown, Milsom, Timlin, Kuqi (Uwezu 62), Ehui.

Referee: J.Farries.



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