Fulham vs Bolton

Discussion in 'Fulham FC News and Notes' started by jumpkutz, Sep 27, 2014.

  1. jumpkutz

    jumpkutz Well-Known Member

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    They're right above us in the table, have only beaten Rotherham United in the league, but drew 2-2 against Notts Forest. On paper, we should handle this team at home. On paper doesn't mean squat in our current position, so just hope that the renaissance continues under Kit and we play a complete match instead of one poor half and one great one. But if we win, I don't care about any of that. Keep it going, lads! It's a long row to hoe, but we've started, just gotta keep on keeping on. Could stand to tighten up the defense yet more, so I hope that happens this week in practice.
     
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  2. jumpkutz

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    And THIS is why we should make no changes in the lineup.
     
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  3. SoCalJoe

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    So Kit has the lads breathing out of their eyelids?
     
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  4. dtowndough

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    why can't this be the start of something good. 2-0 good guys.
     
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  5. SoCalJoe

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    Bolton are winless away from home and have only scored 1 goal in 4 road matches, while giving up 7. I'll go with dtown's scoreline of 2-0.
     
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  6. dcheather

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    If Fulham win two league matches in a row I am not sure how I will react. Smelling salts may be necessary.
     
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  7. AggieMatt

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    Looks like we have a consensus, put me down for a 2-0 Mighty Whites win as well. Bolton are arguably the worst team in the league and we're at home. I disagree with Jump though and hope there are some changes. We have matches coming fast and furious and it's not like we've played that well. Just don't go crazy, and I don't think Kit will.
     
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  8. astroevan

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    Lineups:

    Fulham: Bettinelli; Hoogland, Bodurov, Burn, Amorebieta; Parker; Christensen, Stafylidis; Ruiz; McCormack, Rodallega

    Substitutes: Kiraly, Kavanagh, Hyndman, Roberts, G.Williams, Woodrow, Smith

    Bolton: Lonergan; Ream, Mills, Dervite, Moxey; Feeney, Herd, Pratley, Spearing, Danns; C.Davies

    Substitutes: Kenny, Kamara, Garvan, M.Davies, Chung-Yong, Beckford, Mason


    Only change from Saturday is Stafylidis for Hyndman. I'm about to log on to GJ and do some busy work here at the office.
     
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  9. dcheather

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    I don't care if it was a poor Bolton side, a 4-0 scoreline just feels so good.
     
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  10. AggieMatt

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    We beat a bad team, but we beat them like you're supposed to beat a bad team. Good win and sounds like Ruiz put in a performance more resembling his Costa Rican form.

    Kit certainly seems to have things headed in the right direction. That said, we've beaten a 3rd tier team in the Cup and a pair of teams that will most likely spend the season scratching and clawing to avoid relegation. I'd like to see this continue against a step up in competition. Doesn't mean we can't drop a match along the way, but I'd still like to see a little more before they hand over the keys.

    But getting back to the important part....WE WON AGAIN!!!!!! Hopefully our change in form will get us on the tv a little more often b/c this sure would be fun to watch.
     
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    two wins on the jump, well, it sure beats the hell out of the first seven or so matches. what makes my head twirl, is the scoreline - since when has Fulham pounded somebody 4-0, regardless of opposition, and I ask this of the more enlightened minds than mine. well, keep rollin' Whites and COYW
     
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  13. SoCalJoe

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    Ask and ye shall receive NoCal. Last regular season 4+ goal win in the regular season:
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    5-0 Prem opener v Norwich. Duff, Petric (twice), Kacaniklic and Sidders (big mistake to get rid of those 2).
    At least the feeling of dread when I check my phone for a score has subsided.
     
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    Freedman gone after that disaster for Bolton.
     
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  16. AggieMatt

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    Sweet pass by Ruiz on that 3rd goal.
     
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