Monday’s Manager Notes: Fellaini’s Back But For How Long?

Monday, March 4th, 2013 at 12:44 pm by Phil Mc Grath

Those of you who would have seen our “Weekend Team News” on Friday will have noted that David Moyes gave Fellaini “a chance” of playing against Reading at the weekend, well it seems it was more than a chance after he managed to shake off his injury and take the field against the Royals.

A goal and an assist at the weekend for Fellaini may not be enough to convince us of his potential.

Not only did the Belgian manage to shake off his injury but he also managed to grab a goal and an assits to help the Toffee’s see off the relegation threaten Royals.

Fellaini’s return to goal scoring form will undoubtedly have cheered up his large contingent of fantasy owners considering he had only managed a solitary goal in his previous nine outings.

While our faith in Everton’s ability to finish the season strongly is unwavering or support of Fellaini is straining despite his recent good showing.

Everton like many we have spoken about in our Managers Notes do not have a game in round 29 of the Irish Times Fantasy Premier League which means that for those considering bringing Fellaini in will have to hold off for the moment.

Anther situation that worries us even more is the fact that when the Toffee’s do return to fantasy action they face Manchester City and Tottenham in two of their next three and with both of these sides still in the hunt at the top, Fellaini’s opportunities are sure to be limited .

So the question as far as we can see it is not, do I bring Fellaini in?, it’s do I sell him and wait until QPR come to town in round 33 before bringing him back into my side or just leave him out all together?

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