Fulham Alumni Report

Discussion in 'Fulham FC News and Notes' started by HatterDon, Aug 9, 2008.

  1. HatterDon

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    mah boy, Cauley
     
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    Kostas Mitroglou scored the winner for Benfica today against Borussia Dortmund even though they were outplayed in every category other than scoring. Aubameyang missed a penalty for the German side.
     
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    Cauley scores again for England U-21s. I hope he's with us this summer and gets a shot to be in the squad.
     
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    Shaun Hutchinson scored the 83rd minute winner for Milwall that secured the last playoff spot in League 1.
     
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    Figured this was the thread even though he is just out on loan. Jozabed subbed in the second half for Celta Vigo in their 0-1 home loss to ManU
     
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    One of the reasons I was happy that Brighton & Hove Albion got promoted this year is because David Stockdale would deservingly get to play in the Premier League again. So I was a bit shocked to see that he couldn't agree to a new contract with B&H and is instead going to Birmingham. The rumor is that he was told he was going to be the #2 keeper and he didn't want to go back to being #2. I understand if that is the reason, but I'm still surprised. After all, you never know when Luis Suarez will put his foot up the starting keeper's nose.

    http://www.bbc.com/sport/football/40267940
     
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  7. HatterDon

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    Yeah, the whole thing is a shock to me. He was the Championship's Bext XI keeper the last two seasons.
     
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    +3. You'll never convince me that he wasn't better than Maarten Stekelenburg, Andy Lonergan, Joe Lewis, David Button and Mr. Sweatpants.
     
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    Just got back from a dream golf trip to Scotland and our initial driver is a big Celtic supporter . He and the fans love Dembele and thinks they'll manage to keep him for one more season (he's hoping) before a club gives them an offer they can't refuse.

    *My only excursion to London was a layover at Heathrow. Was on wrong side of plane and didn't have the window, but pretty sure we flew over the Cottage as I did see what I presumed was Brentford's stadium (looked like the bees spelled out in the stands)
     
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    According to the metrics used in this article, Patrick Roberts has been a huge waste of money for Manchester City.

    I think maybe we got the better of this deal.

    http://www.getwestlondon.co.uk/spor...s/manchester-citys-former-fulham-man-13247740

    By the way, someone needs to update Fulham's Wikipedia page. It says nothing about the past season and our triumphant return to playoff football. Any takers?
     
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    Don't want to name drop :rolleyes:, but there are a few outstanding candidates (barryjamesmicah) who would do a great job updating the page.
     
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  12. HatterDon

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    Citeh got EXACTLY what they wanted out of the transfer -- an English body in their extended roster so as to make the league's "home grown players" limit. City never saw him as future game-day squad regular. He's just a very talented tax dodge.
     
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    Always a fan of his. Like Mike, I hopoes he does well down the road.
     
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    Following a long line of Brits who couldn't follow the rules, McCormack has been shipped off to Australia. He won't be settling on a hardscrabble patch in New South Wales, but instead will play for Melbourne on loan from Villa. http://www.bbc.com/sport/football/41430237
     
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  19. HatterDon

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    I thought we already had a page like this, but I couldn't find it.

    Anyhow, I heard that Citeh had a player sent off at half time of a 0-0 FA Cup match at Wigan, so I decided to break my Citeh ignoring streak and see if I could actually see them lose. I did, and I was pleased to watch Dan Burn clear cross after cross from all the multi-millionaires from Mancs. I especially enjoyed him breaking up an attack and outrunning an attacker all the way into Citeh's half.

    Very impressive. I always liked Dan, although I like our CH pairing now much better. Anyhow, it was a joy to see them lose -- only the third competitive match this season they have done so.
     
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