CRYSTAL Palace boss Neil Warnock says he will look to bring striker Marouane Chamakh back into the fold against Leicester City next Saturday. The Moroccan has been sidelined since August 30 when he damaged his hamstring at Newcastle United and was ruled out for at least three weeks. That time period ends this weekend and the boss admitted the 30-year-old is training, but Sunday's game at Everton is too soon for a return. And despite an opportunity to give him some minutes against the Magpies in the Capital One Cup next Wednesday, Warnock has ruled that possibility out too. "I am not sure if I can risk him for Everton," Warnock told the Advertiser. "He is training and he is running, but last year he had a similar thing, and I've had one myself. "It's only three weeks that he's been out this weekend. You get back, you train hard and you sprint and you do zig-zags, and then ten minutes into a game you can forget where you are or run the risk too soon. "If he misses Sunday, he will definitely be all right. But if he plays he might just damage it again and be out for another month."For the full interview, don't miss Friday's Croydon Advertiser.
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