Fulham @ West Ham [R]

Discussion in 'Fulham FC News and Notes' started by timmyg, Jan 12, 2009.

  1. jimsig

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  2. timmyg

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  3. richardhkirkando

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    Damn...if Spurs are offering Bent and cash for Bellamy, I'd bite their hand off if I were West Ham.

    I'm not particularly worried about West Ham, but they're playing well lately and they always give us trouble. We're due for a win though, right?
     
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  4. sullytex

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    BBC says sunny and 45 d. I believe the temp but sunny....I am sceptical. This is England.
     
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  5. RidgeRider

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    How was it today? Sunny? Doesn't sound like it.
     
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  6. CarolinaTim

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    Thanks for the update, o_sullyvan. Glad the weather has moderated some there, so the pitch won't be frozen. It's supposed to be 8* here in North Carolina tonight. COYW
     
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  7. Lyle

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    Re: RE: Fulham @ West Ham [R]

    Actually Gianfranco Zola has West Ham playing prissy football, just like Roy Hodgson has going at Fulham. It's all 1-2-3 pass, 1-2-3 pass, 1-2-3 pass.

    Should be a pretty even stevens game. I say a draw happens.
     
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  8. psand22

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    WHam seems to have our number, Cole has been red hot, and we are on the road. It really doesn't sound too good for us. That's why I see us taking all three points this week. It's time for Danny Boy to get another PK. (1-0) for the Whites.
     
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  9. Kansas

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    I'd be happy with a 0-0 draw. A win would be marvelous. :D
     
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  10. HatterDon

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    With Bellamy on his way to Citeh, here's this morning's lineups:

    TEAMS
    West Ham: Green, Neill, Collins, Upson, Ilunga, Behrami, Parker, Noble, Collison, Cole, Di Michele. Subs: Stech, Dyer, Boa Morte, Mullins, Faubert, Tristan, Sears.

    Fulham: Schwarzer, Pantsil, Hughes, Hangeland, Konchesky, Dempsey, Murphy, Etuhu, Davies, Zamora, Johnson. Subs: Zuberbuhler, Nevland, Gera, Gray, Andreasen, Kallio, Baird.

    Let's go gettem!
     
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  11. jpoler1

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    West Ham v Fulham feed

    Anyone have a feed for this game?

    I am on the road, have an internet connection but can't find a decent feed.

    Any help would be desperately appreciated.

    COYW!!!

    Joe
     
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  12. jpoler1

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    RE: West Ham v Fulham feed

    Really ?? No one??
     
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  13. SteveM19

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  14. jimsig

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    AHHGGGGG!
     
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  15. jmh

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    Well that was thoroughly shitty. Three absolute gift goals given away.
     
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  16. RidgeRider

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    West Ham really out played Fulham and fully deserved the win. Their overall workrate was superior to ours and they created more chances than we did. They countered well and caught us out several times. I thought they showed aggression and shut down our passing game by crowding our man on the ball thus not allowing us much possession or to get an attack going for big parts of the match.

    Our defense was exposed a little today. Good tactics by their manager. We needed to get our butt kicked.
     
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  17. timmyg

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    I dunno, I foresaw the match ending in a draw. The three absolute turds that led to the three goals aside, things were quite even.

    Had we lost to Chelsea three weeks ago, that would have been a butt-whooping. Today, Fulham just had these moronic-lapses.
     
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  18. RidgeRider

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    Koncesky goal was something that was totally individual and out of the norm for us, not created by anything the team really did. Only West Ham's first goal was a fluke. They could easily beat us 4-0. There was nothing even about this match, I think.
     
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  19. HatterDon

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    Personally, I blame the complete absence of left-coast FulhAmericans in this morning's chatroom for the crappy performance and the gut-wrenching result.

    Rest assured that my Volzy shirt walked itself to the clothes hamper after the match -- FulhamAg will be pleased when we meet for our next midweek booze-up [er I mean] match at the Lion & Rose -- since the streak is finally over.
     
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  20. MisfitKid

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    Fine.
    It was my fault, I am responsible for the loss.
    I was sound asleep... :|
     
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