Fulham v Spam

Discussion in 'Fulham FC News and Notes' started by SoCalJoe, Oct 2, 2009.

  1. SoCalJoe

    SoCalJoe Well-Known Member

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    Another London derby versus a "bogey" team for Whites. The cheaters from the eastside have swept us the last two seasons. I don't think we've beaten them since Big Mac scored that sick goal in the FA Cup way back when.

    Would have to think that Gera will be inserted into the lineup and Kamara and/or Nevland will see second half action. Hope Brede will be ready to go. Carlton Cole scares the hell out of me. A winnable match for both sides. Give me a point and I'll be a happy camper.
     
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  2. nevzter

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    I'd be happy with a point as well, SCJ. If they play like they did against Arsenal, a point is a realistic result.

    From the BBC:
    • Fulham have only beaten West Ham once in the Premier League (in 12 meetings). That was their first Premier League encounter, at Upton Park, back in November 2001. Since then the Hammers have won eight of their top-flight meetings.
     
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  3. FulhamAg

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    I'd be thrilled with a point. I'm afraid I won't be very thrilled after this one though. 2-1 for the sorry %#$@# lying cheating *$^!&@&#.

    Only question is whether to venture out to the pub to watch this one or hope the unreliable internet feeds hold up and do the chatroom.
     
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  4. HatterDon

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    you're going to be on your own if you do, Matt; in church from 0930 until 1500 on Sunday.

    I think we're going to take them 2-1. I'd love it if Zamora and Painstil got the goals.
     
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  5. FulhamAg

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    Yes, my minstrel friend, I'm quite used to being the better Fulham supporter....and bigger drunk. :banana:
     
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  6. timmyg

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    what channel is 464? i thought it was only being aired on delay at 5pm on fsc.
     
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  7. FFC24

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    I won't be happy with a point. I want a win because we then have an easy game against Hull the next game at home. We could jump into the top 12 in the next 2 games. If we fail to get 3 points, then we could be looking at bottom 3 after the next 3 games after this game. 3 points is a must in this game and Hull.
     
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  8. HatterDon

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    TWC confirms that West Ham v. Fulham will be on tape delay at 1700 eastern; 1600 central on Sunday -- on FSC, just as the young Bard of Baltimore said.

    Looks like I'll be avoiding the Internet until around 6 p.m. here in SA on Sunday.
     
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  9. FulhamAg

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    Thanks Timmy. This is one I'd rather suffer through from the privacy of my home....and then hope for the best.
     
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  10. Fulhamburger

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    Isn't this match on ESPN 2?
     
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  11. LaxAttack

    LaxAttack Well-Known Member

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    Nope. Bolton-Tottenham is the weekly ESPN2 game and it is on Saturday while Fulham plays on Sunday.
     
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  12. SteveM19

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    I'll be avoiding all internet contact on SUnday ad watching the game at 1700 on FSC --

    How about Gianfranco Zola. A great player, albeit one I think about playing for Theose Who Will Not Be Named. Beautiful goals abound. Always smiling. A credit to his profession.

    Now he mannages another team that I can't stand and I hope we tear him apart on Sunday. I think a win is in order. Our defense has to come together soon enough, and Carlton Cole is not so good that I think we can't handle him.

    I am hoping for a W. 3 points. COYW!!!
     
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  13. HatterDon

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    DVR alert.

    Those of you who are planning to DVR the match tomrrow and watch it much later should be advised.

    I watched the United-Sunderland match this afternoon and thought that they were having the longest half-time break ever. FSC kept running the same commercials over and over until the 2nd half finally started. The match ENDED a good 8 minutes after its scheduled 1330 [Central time]. Funniest thing: BBC's game day had the final whistle at 1325.

    So, if you're going to DVR tomorrow's match, might want to add on an extra 10-15 minutes just in case Murdoch decides he needs more money.
     
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  14. Flamingcokecans

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    Just finished watching it on FSC

    Johnson......
    could have been the superhero.....

    Dempsey......
    please be better soon
     
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  15. LaxAttack

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    Such a cruel ending.

    At least it is a point on the road.
     
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  16. SteveM19

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    AAAAAAAAAAARGH!

    I can't even think of anything to say.

    Damn, this game is cruel.
     
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  17. FFC24

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    Kamara was fucking class. It all went wrong when we took him off. Kamara finishes that last chance that EJ had and would've continued to cause the fuckers problems if he had stayed on. EJ is crap. He's shit. He's fucking horrible. He had 2 good seasons in MLS and that's it. Thanks for missing a WIDE OPEN goal.


    Dicokgoi starting really puzzled me. He didn't look all that great and had the stupidest fucking sending off I've ever seen. I should thank him though because we played better with 10 men and Kamara up front.


    This was a loss. Don't look at the point. That doesn't matter. Our confidence is probably shot for shit right now and I wouldn't be surprised if we lost against Hull. You know how I know it's shot for shit? Look at what Murphy did when the whistle was blown. He fell to the ground in dramatic style. That wasn't a "glad this shit is over" fall. That was a " why can't we have some fucking luck!" fall. We deserved to win and lost.
     
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  18. Flamingcokecans

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    listened to Roy's reaction.... He is so class!

    A point is a point and it is still a great result for going to 10 men on the road. We really showed that we still have what got us to our highest ever finish last year
     
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  19. Clevelandmo

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    Yes, 24 let's blame it all on EJ . . . not just the draw, but the pretend loss you've conjured up in your head.

    Once again, Hodgson is a master. That was an incredible performance with a dilapidated team. Hughes was fantastic despite the deflection. Pantsil also had an inspired performance. Kamara was great. The draw is painful, but it could've been a lot worse. Did anyone get a good look at the red card offense?

    Oh and with the shoulder thingy. let's hope Temps, I mean Demps, just stays in Old Blighty for the international break. We dont need any more half assed performances from him in the RW&B. If his heart is only with Fulham then keep it there.
     
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  20. FFC24

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    I'm not blaming it all on EJ. I'm also blaming it on plain bad luck. Hughes was unlucky. BUT, Kamara was doing really well and showed no signs of slowing down. He should've never been brought off. EJ is crap. I'm sorry, but it's a matter of fact. He fucked up on that open goal and he lost possession a few times. Kamara didn't do that.


    As far as me conjuring shit up, well think how you felt when that goal went in. I'm pretty sure you weren't going "wow great draw". I think 90% of the worldwide Fulham support was absolutely gutted and took it as a loss. Now imagine a players who just put in a great 45 minutes only to draw because ok an unlucky deflection. I'm pretty sure the players aren't happy with the point and I know I'm not.
     
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