Date: 7th March 2010 at 11:35am
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And so the game we`d longed for all week came and went without any firm result.

The only certainty being that we`ve to travel to White Hart Lane for what looks like a very difficult replay.

After the game, Roy Hodgson gave his views on events and spoke about the game and how it thinks it could finally be won, remarking,

“It was a very exciting Cup tie, I thought – a fierce Cup tie played in the right spirit.”

“And I don`t think that either Harry Redknapp or myself can really complain about the result.”

“I think 0-0 is a fair result on the evening although there were a few scares at both ends.”

“Spurs are a force at home but they`re a force away from home as well.”

“In actual fact, away from home recently, they`ve got some excellent results so we don`t feel we`re out of the competition yet. I suppose we had the home advantage today that we pass to them.”

“But I think we`re capable of giving as good a performance away from home as we`ve done at home.”

“And who knows, I think the game could be decided by a mistake at the back of a wonder goal and who knows where that mistake or wonder goal is going to come from. It could come from us just as easily as it could come from them.”


I`m not quite sure about describing it as an exciting tie though Roy, it all got a bit too placid, at times, in the first half, but what really concerns me is that if we are going to progress to the semi-final then we`re going to have to produce an away performance far better than we`ve produced all season on English soil!


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6 Replies to “Fulham – Hodgson on Spurs Draw!”

  • Well done to Roy for having 10 men behind the ball at all times at home. That is definitely the way to win games

  • Wouldn’t want to be disrespectful but I’ve made money all season backing Fulham to win at home and lose away!

  • Well, he answered my question in a previous post, where I asked what your strategy was yesterday. “A wonder goal”. Simple. Deny the opponent of scoring and pray for a wonder goal. I am so glad I don’t support a club with that philosophy.

  • Getting to the semi’s will be much more satisfying beating the spuds on their own doorstep

  • too true, duece, too true… can’t wait for Bobby “the one that got away” Zamora to score a goal and really rub it in ‘Arry’s face…

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