Date: 19th September 2010 at 9:15am
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Yesterday, it`s fair to say that it wasn`t one of Mark Schwarzer`s better days.

The Aussie keeper looked strangely vulnerable, especially early on committing several errors.

However, after the match, Mark Hughes defended his keepers` decision to come for the high balls that were so much the cause of his problems, explaining,

“He`s prepared to do that and on occasion get bumped and knocked over.”

“But he will never get criticized by me for being positive and in the second half especially it helped us.”


But Sam Allardyce believed Schwarzer shouldn`t have been on the pitch after an earlier indiscretion, commenting,

“Earlier on he handled outside the box blatantly and the referee`s in a position to see and he should be sending him off and he doesn`t.”

“We`ve exposed one of their weaknesses in that the keeper`s not great on balls into the box. I thought he had a very difficult day.”


Who`d be a goalkeeper eh!

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4 Replies to “Fulham – Differing Views on Schwarzer!”

  • Don’t think Allardyce should be complaining when he looks at how Diouf has treated Schwarzer. Clearly no intent to go for the ball!

  • Have just watched beck the extended highlights on Sky, a reasonable game, but considering Blackburn were at home, I see no real threat from them in terms of overall Prem League position.

  • i would say that diouf embarrassed himself saturday, but he must not care at all… crap goal, i hate big sam… different day, same story…

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