Date: 1st March 2011 at 4:45pm
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I wanted to start March with an array of articles but the lack of news has me stumped.

I know we`re not the biggest of clubs but you`d have thought that the tabloid press would have been capable of stringing a few little pieces of gossip together about us.

Apparently not so and I can`t help thinking that our status as a ‘homely` club tends to baulk us amateur hacks.

After his confrontation with Roberto Mancini, on Saturday, you`d have thought that particular story might have rumbled on, but not so.

Instead, we`re left to mull over article after article relating to our neighbours from down the road, neighbours who seem intent on generating bad publicity almost at will.

Aside from that, we`re also left to mull over yet more guff relating to Manchester United which would seem to indicate our existence in the overall spectrum of things makes us almost irrelevant, even though you and I as die-hard fans know different.

Sometimes, it can be a hard-life being an amateur hack!




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7 Replies to “Fulham – Quiet Times!”

  • Perhaps they’ll be some fisticuffs between Hughes and Steve Kean on Saturday to go along with a massive Fulham win. Then there will be something to talk about!

  • right now it seems that above anything we should be trying to reach the 40 point mark… we don’t have too many games left to do it…

  • 40 points is definately achievable in the last 10 games. To be honest I think we’ll be able to do it in our last 5 home games alone. We can pick up points away at Birmingham, Sunderland and Wolves. Especially with the team in a good run of form at the moment and them making Craven Cottage more of a fortress every game.

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