Date: 19th February 2010 at 3:55pm
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With the game delicately balanced at 1-1, Bobby Zamora stepped up to score a contender for goal of the season at Craven Cottage last night.

The manner in which his shot fairly fizzed into the top corner, and from such a long way out, gave it a special edge.

After the game, Roy Hodgson waxed lyrical about his striker, remarking,

“As well as his usual accomplished performance as a target player, his touch for the first goal was a touch of real quality.”

“And we`re talking about a striker who has scored 14 goals in 32 games now. It`s an excellent strike rate and I hope he gets over the 20-goal mark and crowns his season.”


Twenty goals in a season would be an incredible return considering the drought Bobby suffered last season, let`s all hope he reaches that mark with ease. His performances, this season, deserve it!


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7 Replies to “Fulham – Hodgson on Zamora”

  • 20 is an outrageous tally considering last season and the early start to this season. I hope he gets it.

  • If Zamora can keep it up a bit longer, lose the angry goal celebration (was Duff shushing the crowd last night, not Bobby) and stop bickering with linesmen, England is a distinct possibility

  • he must not lose the anger thats why he is scoreing so much keep it up bobby zamooooooooooooooooooooooooooora me thinks

  • thought of a song to the tune of that bumble bee tuna advert… “i love booobby bobby zamora, oh oh booobby bobby zamora, i love booobby bobby zamora, bobby the king of FFC!” whaddaya say?

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