Southampton vs. Fulham

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  1. americanmike

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    DISCUSS!!!
     
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  2. Andrew

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    we are going to win! enough said.
     
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  3. americanmike

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    I surely hope so!! If Boa and Steed are fit and in form...I'd say yes!
     
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  4. pettyfog

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    As I said in the kiddies' chatroom, having Boa back and Clark starting and playing for 30 or so will give the boys a lift.

    If they play to keep the ball on the ground.. only hoofing it to keep So'ton honest, then we should have a chance.

    Have to remember that they are desperate for a win and will have a bump for the player changes and another for the pure statistical probability of it.

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    Logical!
     
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    With Harry doing his thing at Soton, I really think that the Saints are going to play with a real sense of urgency. However, I do believe the presence of a healthy Boa Morte will be the difference in a Fulham win. There might be others like Malbranque valued more in terms of money, but in my opinion as Boa Morte goes, so goes the team. He makes evryone else better on the pitch. He instills confidence and belief in the Fulham players. I think Fulham will win 2-0 tomorrow and we can go into the FA Cup on a roll.
     
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  6. BrooklynLou

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    Good Luck tomorrow

    You kicked the crap out of my beloved Palace on Saturday. :-(

    Good luck vs the Southhampton tomorrow. Hopefully a win will get you out of any relegation danger. Now all we got to do is beat the crap out of the Rovers ...
     
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  7. americanmike

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    new signings...

    Why is it that everytime we go against at bottom table team in the transfer window, they end up signing a new player right before us...I don't feel like giving all the examples but the latest one is 'arry with his son!!
     
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    RE: new signings...

    Just been watching our SKY coverage of the match tonight preview - this consists of five or so minutes interview with Jamie Rednap and many pictures of him with his Dad and various quotes from 'arry. I don't think we were even mentioned let alone pictured. Jamie is worried about Radz and Diop as well as Coley. Yes Jamie be very worried - in fact be afraid - be very afraid - the wardrobe is out there. We aren't taking many down there but hopefully they'll make a lot of noise. Good luck fella's - WHITE witch
     
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  9. pettyfog

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    RE: new signings...

    Well then!

    I hope the Snake sees that and takes umbrage!

    Seriously, I can be disappointed but not surprised by a loss there.. neither will winning 3-1 surprise.
    There are too many psychological factors in play. I have been watching sports a long time.. anyone who discounts the "Psych" factor is naive.
     
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    RE: new signings...

    any radio for the match today? i'm not sure i'll be able to make it through my workday without it.............
     
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  11. JohnnyCash

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    RE: new signings...

    I posted this over on Big Soccer, didn't feel like retyping, but these next few matches are vital

    This january will make or break our season.

    We've got So'ton (currently 19th)
    then Watford (16th in the championship)
    then WBA (dead last in the EPL right now)
    Then Birmingham (12th)
    Then Villa (9th)

    We can Start with 3 points here, go on in the cup, then get another 5-7 points in the next few months. Its possible right now.

    We could also get booted from the Cup, drop about 10 points and have

    Liverpool
    Newcastle
    Spurs
    Charlton
    ManU

    To put the nail in the coffin
     
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  12. ChicagoTom

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    Re: RE: new signings...

    It is posted on the front page of FulhamUSA in the admin messages. There is a link there to click on.
     
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  13. Andrew

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    RE: Re: RE: new signings...

    cool....thanks!
     
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    RE: Re: RE: new signings...

    UUUUGGGGHHHH!!!
     
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