Date: 22nd January 2006 at 8:33am
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Speaking on Friday, Coleman said: ?We need to break our duck away from home. We need to pick up one or two wins because at the moment we?re relying too much on our home form.?

The Fulham manager has good reason to pick his words carefully. The Cottagers have so far only managed to pick up three points from eleven games on the road this season. They have also only managed to score eight goals away in the league.

West Ham by comparison have scored fifteen goals at home this season.

Coleman, though, can take heart from the fact that West Ham have lost their last four league games at home, and can yet dare to believe that his side can nick their first premiership win of the season away from home.

He was quick to point out that it will be a tough game on Monday, adding: ?It won?t be easy on Monday, West Ham are a good team with good, young players.?

 

One Reply to “Coleman cautious ahead of Upton trip”

  • I think this article shows the writer’s good general knowledge of football and of sport in general. I work for my local paper and write short sport articles and Mr. Sheehan certainly has a way with words, I may invite him to write in my newspaper!

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