Date: 25th April 2010 at 11:47am
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Jimmy Bullard hit the post in a penalty miss for Hull against Sunderland.

This would have brought them level, as they went on to lose 1-0. As a fan that truly loved Jimmy and was gutted when he stabbed us in the back after all the club had done to save his career, I am so happy that ‘poetic justice’ has been done!

I would just like to leave Jimmy with these thought…

How much is he now going to earn in the Championship?

Too old and injury prone to play in the Premier anymore….. that is if anyone wants him!

Could have played in Europe at a Club establishing themselves as a mid table Premier League team who have also had a great FA Cup run.

As Fabio and others talk about Bobby for England, they stopped talking about Jimmy every since he left.

Many said we would struggle, guess Roy knew better and it has been the rise and rise of The Dickson and Danny Show, that proved to be 7th heaven last season!

What was seen as Fulham’s loss and Hull’s gain has become Hull’s financial LOSS and Fulham`s Financial GAIN…. £45,000 a week….must go down as one of the biggest cons in footballing history.

I feel for Hull….administration?

Thanks for the 5 million!

PLEASE Jimmy enjoy watching your ex-team mates and very good friend, Danny Murphy, lead his team to possibly the greatest moment in Fulham’s 130 years.

If only………………..but greed always loses in sport!

You played for Fulham, yes, but you never were a Fulham player and Roy saw right through you…. Bye Bye!


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7 Replies to “Fulham – Bye Bye Jimmy!”

  • What a post – everything so true. Seeing him miss that penalty yesterday made me so happy its untrue. Feel bad for Hull, however as you said thanks for the 5 mill for a slighlty better Robbie Savage. Europa Final here we come!

  • JIM WHO WHAT GOSE AROUND COME AROUND ME THINKS NO DOUBT JIM WILL JUMP ON ANOTHER GRAVEY BOAT AND SOME MUG WILL TAKE HIM SEND HIM OFF TO SPL

  • Apparently the money people at Hull were so convinced that they were a solid premiership team that they didn?t put relegation clauses in to anyone?s contract and have already spent £10M of their £16M parachute payment. So they should start next season in administration and with a large point?s deduction. What?s the chance that Jimmy Bull**** will offer to take a pay cut for the ?massive club? that he loves so much lmao

  • i’d rather have beat them twice than for them to go down, but i don’t mind it at all… so long to jimmy, i hope stephen hunt gets better and finds a better team…

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