Fulham at Wolves

Discussion in 'Fulham FC News and Notes' started by jumpkutz, Feb 24, 2015.

  1. jumpkutz

    jumpkutz Well-Known Member

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    We return to Molineux, the scene of easily our biggest win so far this season. Except we've gone into the shitter whilst they have found form and a hot striker in Benik Afobe. Bakary Sako got his first goal last week in forever, and Kevin Doyle is also back for Wolves. Don't see a repeat of the miracle in the snow. We'll be lucky to escape with a draw. Just want to see Ruiz and Hoogland start, and some improvement from our side.
     
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  2. ChicagoCottager

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    Totally agree. Oh how far we've fallen...
     
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  3. dcheather

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    Well, I don't like this one. Wolves will probably win it. They don't give up many goals at home (15 total) and Fulham have given up 35 (out 55 total) goals conceded on the road. Fulham are ranked second in the league in the number of goals conceded in both total and away games. :eek: But the bright side is Fulham are ranked 12th for goals conceded at home? Ugh.
     
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  4. HatterDon

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    Fulham
    • 40 Bettinelli
    • 29 Richards
    • 04 Hutchinson
    • 06 Bodurov
    • 03 Stafylidis
    • 19 Tunnicliffe
    • 21 Christensen
    • 12 Fofana
    • 10 Ruiz
    • 44 McCormack
    • 20 Rodallega
    Substitutes
    • 01 Kiraly
    • 02 Hoogland
    • 08 Parker
    • 11 Kacaniklic
    • 16 Woodrow
    • 32 Kavanagh
    • 33 Burn
     
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  5. SoCalJoe

    SoCalJoe Well-Known Member

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    From the Silver Lining Dept.: Had no idea the match was today until seeing HD's post and it was 3-0 already. Don't have a whole lot of time before the league leaders come to The Cottage for what should be a depressing end to a dreadful month. What are the odds that for the second year in a row a 3rd manager will be on the touchline? Not endorsing a change necessarily because who could actually make a difference? The only positive I can come up is both Millwall and Rotherham lost badly also.
     
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  6. nevzter

    nevzter Well-Known Member

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    Well...that was quick and easy...for Wolves.

    COYW!
     
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  7. jumpkutz

    jumpkutz Well-Known Member

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    And Hoogland never left the bench. And Burn is so buried over there that he might as well go back out on loan. Note to Mr. Symons: WE WERE WINNING GAMES OF FOOTBALL WHEN YOU WERE PUTTING BOTH OF THEM IN THE LINEUP! TOGETHER! WHEN YOU WERE CARETAKER! REMEMBER? I reserve the right to change my mind about Kit. I'm beginning to think that you are right Joe. As Harry Caray used to say, "how smart do you have to be?"
     
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