2009-10 fixtures

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  1. SteveM19

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    http://www.fulhamfc.com/Club/News/NewsA ... tures.aspx

    December looks like it will be a tough month.

    I like our start -- all three games are ripe for points. Pompey will be in the relegation fight deeper than they were last year, and Chelski doesn't frighten me in our own barn

    November is more challenging, but I like our prospects for at least 6 points here.
     
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  2. SteveM19

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    If Ferguson dares to breathe a word of complaint about the fixtures, someone remind him that the first three weeks saw the FA gift him 9 points from the start -- Home v Brum, away at Burnley, away at Wigan. The rich get richer. Sheesh.

    It kills me how on the premier league's website, they have disabled the copy-and-paste option for all computer systems users. Gotta protect that almighty dollar. Jerks. I guess I'll have to go to another website. Woo, you got me.
     
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  3. Martin-in-Nashville

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    December looks like it will be a tough month.



    What month looks easy then?
     
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  4. SteveM19

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    Easy is a relative term, but I like our start -- what do you think
     
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  5. Martin-in-Nashville

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    This is a new season, new teams anything can and will happen, I wouldnt want to make any predictions on any outcome I just hope we have the same success as last year and I will be more than happy!
     
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  6. WhitesBhoy

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    Where's our European Vacation on there??
     
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  7. pettyfog

    pettyfog Well-Known Member

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    I'm with Martin... That list as good as you could get. Only two probable losses for a midtable club. And depending on ManUre's other Dec fixtures, there's a chance, there.
     
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  8. timmyg

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    Well yeah Steve they own the rights to the schedule. So, theoretically,they don't have to tell anyone who is playing where and when.
     
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  9. jmh

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    And then nobody could go to the games or watch them on TV. They may own the rights, I guess, but it's asinine to protect them like that, and UK copyright law is screwy for allowing it. "Fulham starts the season at Portsmouth on August 15th" is reported fact rather than creative expression if anything is.
     
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  10. timmyg

    timmyg Well-Known Member

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    Oh, I agree. I was just pointing out the ridiculousness of it all.
     
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  11. FulhamAg

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    The draw is 17 July.
     
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  12. HatterDon

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    Shhh, Matt; he thinks the leagues merged. Don't disturb him.
     
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  13. Lyle

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    Pompey, if they get Al-Fahim and the UAE money, won't be too bad maybe... otherwise, they might be in for a long season.
     
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