Everton manager David Moyes is sweating over the fitness of Louis Saha ahead of his side's FA Cup semi final showdown with Manchester United at Wembley on Sunday. The former Old Trafford ace was sent home from the Toffees' Finch Farm base on Tuesday after suffering from a virus, and the Merseysiders are hopeful that the illness will not keep the Frenchman out of action this weekend. “He is a worry, he wasn’t well today," said Moyes. “Hopefully, it is just a bit of sickness and he will be OK.” Saha, signed from United in September, has made only 18 league appearances for his new club after another campaign blighted by injuries, scoring four times. And with on-loan Brazilian Jo cup-tied and Yakubu and Victor Anichebe injured, Moyes could be faced with having to reshuffle his front-line for the umpteenth time this season. Either Marouane Fellaini or Tim Cahill could potentially be pushed further forward against Sir Alex Ferguson's outfit. EVERTON FANS! Check FourFourTwo.com’s ever-expanding interviews archive for more stuff to read: Perfect XI Graeme Sharp What Happened Next? Norman Whiteside Plus Graeme Sharp on Weekend Wonders and Everton on Talentspotter
15 April 2009
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