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Everton reject Fellaini claims
By Matt Hammil
3 Mar 2011 12:55:00

Everton Football Club have denied claims that they forced midfielder Marouane Fellaini to play while injured against Sunderland at the weekend.

Fellaini suffered and injury to his ankle which now requires an operation which will make him miss the rest of the season. His dad Abdellatif, has hit out at the club and manager David Moyes after his son got a knock against Chelsea in the F.A cup.
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Fellaini's father was clearly upset at Evertons decision to play his son and said "Marouane is really in a desperate state,"

''He should never have played that last game against Sunderland. He should never have been allowed to play because he was already injured."

Everton boss David Moyes hit back by saying "That's completely wrong. We would never do that, it's a load of rubbish.

"We had to hold the boy back from training on the Tuesday and Thursday and he trained Friday.

"His dad's maybe upset because the boy is going to have another operation on Monday.

"Who would do that? We wouldn't - of course we wouldn't.''