Fulham @ Charlton

Discussion in 'Fulham FC News and Notes' started by pettyfog, Dec 25, 2006.

  1. pettyfog

    pettyfog Well-Known Member

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    Lets kick it off.. I HATE the idea of my team going in on a manager change!!!!
    They didnt get a bounce with Reed, bet they will with the Pardew swap.

    Will be carried LIVE on Setanta.
     
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  2. americanmike

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    This will now be a hell of a challenge with Pardew in charge but I feel that we can still pull it off even with injuries. I think many of the Charlton players are looking for a reason to leave the club anyway and still may not be motivated by Pards.

    This situation though, is what you call Fulhamish!

    Boat trip is locked and loaded so if you are watching on TV, I guarantee you'll hear our FFC songs word for word.

    COYW's
     
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  3. HatterDon

    HatterDon Moderator

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    Let's kick 'em when they're down. I have no sympathy for Charlton. When they pulled the trigger on Dowie, they lost all my respect.

    Charlton 0 - Fulham 2

    and if it's true that HH is suspended because of his last yellow, let's get Runstrom up front with Macca and have some fun.
     
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  4. rumstove

    rumstove New Member

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    Fulham should win this match...Pardew or not.

    My lineup:

    Superhero Niemi
    Rosenior, Boca, Christanval, Quuu
    Volz, Brown, C.Jensen, Routledge
    McBride, Radz

    Bench: anyone without an injury

    Prediction: Charlton 0-2 Fulham
     
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  5. FFCinPCB

    FFCinPCB New Member

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    Interesting move, putting Radz up front. Especially since he IS listed as a forward.

    I like your line-up. If Cookie wimps out and goes 4-5-1, switch Routledge to RW, Jensen as striking midfielder, Volz as holding midfielder, and Radz as LW.

    Either line-up, we should come out victors. This is potentially a blowout.

    Charlton 1-3 Fulham.
     
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  6. SCFulhamFan

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    We need Jensen back for sure. Going to be missing Either way with both Zat and Helguson out for Wednesday game we will be strapped.
     
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  7. richardhkirkando

    richardhkirkando New Member

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    Fulham has won every (both) weeknight match so far this season when I wore my home McBride shirt to work. I'm thinking of going with my away Rosenior shirt tomorrow, since it is an away game.

    Lineup:

    Niemi
    Rosenior Christanval Boca Q3U
    Routledge Brown Volz Radzinski
    McBridge Runstrom

    Hate to say it, but I think I prefer Volz over Diop in the midfield at this point. He's done a great job, shown some needed creativity, and looks more comfortable every match. Substitute Jensen for Volz if he's available. Radzinski has done well on the wing, so I say to leave him there. The bench will be very thin, and relying on all of these guys to go 90 minutes for the second straight match worries me a bit. However, this is one we should win, and a win will always satisfy me.
     
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  8. pettyfog

    pettyfog Well-Known Member

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    BBC has this as the probable roster:

    Huh?!!!!!!
     
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  9. HatterDon

    HatterDon Moderator

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    I think that's everybody that isn't in a cast!

    got my McBride jersey on -- replaced my FUSA shirt because the mojo had worn down -- and we've gotten a win and a draw since I made it the match shirt. Pardew is firing up the crowd, but I still think we have it in us to gut them like 11 white-bellied fish. Probably won't make the chatroom, since I'm working today, but I'll check in with the offal's play-by-play from time to time.

    COYW!!!!! Get some Addicks!
     
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  10. jmh

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    We have 17 whole guys who aren't in a cast? Better than I thought.
     
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  11. FFCinPCB

    FFCinPCB New Member

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    C'mon FulhamUSA!!!!!!!!

    Screw Pardew and his efforts to get Charlton out of trouble. West Ham came into The Cottage on a high, and I think we dampened their fire quite well. Charlton is flopping around like a fish out of water at the bottom of the table. Time to take our filet knife and gut the mudsuckers while they are gasping for their last breaths.

    Mmmmmmmm, filet of Charlton. Goes great with chips and a chilly Carling.

    Charlton, Chips, and and a Chilly Carling. Yes, please!
     
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  12. pettyfog

    pettyfog Well-Known Member

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    Ummm... maybe I'm just a wet blanket.

    But that doesnt make any more sense than comparing the 'bump' that Charlton might get from bringing in Pardew, to that they got from promoting Reed.

    We CAN always hope, but I wouldnt have put any money on it.
     
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  13. SCFulhamFan

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    yea no kidding right? I just want Radz to get the ball run it up the field, but this time drill it into the back of the net. A Jensen cross to a McBride header and Niemi with a perfect sheet. ;)

    Is that really too much to ask!!!
     
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  14. jmh

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    I gather we're not actually supposed to have access to this in the States (the webpage says UK only), but you can listen to streaming match audio on BBC Radio Five Live.

    Edit: Never mind, they killed it. :twisted:
     
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  15. sublicon

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    this game is complete bs so far. why can't fulham play like a premiership team for twice? Losing 2-1 to CHARLTON, of all teams, is completely unacceptable.

    too many shots allowed, possession is evening out, fulham needs to wake the hell up.

    EDIT: THANK YOU FRANCK!!!!!
     
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  16. bill29

    bill29 New Member

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    good lord to be a fulham supporter!!!!
     
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  17. FFCinPCB

    FFCinPCB New Member

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    Excruciating. Not much to be proud of there, except not giving up.
     
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  18. dcheather

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    Err, lucky to come away with point. We need a healthy midfield quick, we looked a bit better once Jensen came on. And were the players playing on ice? None could stay on their feet.

    Niemi at fault for both goals? That was bad. I thought Fulham were going to give a belated Christmas gift to Charlton. Then the refs managed to give Fulham a break...still don't know what that fk was for? Oh well, I guess it evens out with Charlton's offside goal. So Fulhamish.
     
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  19. HatterDon

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    Thanks to:

    a. the lads in the chatroom for keeping me up to date when the OFFAL matchtracker and ESPN's matchtracker wouldn't work for me.

    b. 3U's

    c. the McBride Jersey. It's now 3 matches played - 1 win and 2 draws.
     
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  20. jmh

    jmh New Member

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    Quuu's first goal for us, right?
     
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