Date: 29th December 2010 at 3:32pm
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The ill-feeling runs deep or does it?

Yesterday, when Fulham travelled to Stoke, we expected the jeers that greeted Danny Murphy. After all Danny had been very vociferous in his condemnation of how Stoke (and other teams) go about their business in the Premier League.

But, thankfully, that`s all they were jeers.

However, when the final whistle went the refusal of Tony Pulis to shake the hand of Mark Hughes, in defeat, might have been another matter, especially after Hughes had actively criticised Stoke after he`d seen Moussa Dembele pole-axed, in injury time, in our Carling Cup clash at the Britannia Stadium earlier this season.

But, once again, there doesn`t appear to have been too much ill-intent in it with Pulis explaining afterwards,

“He did it to me when we played in the League Cup and now I`ve done it to him.”

“We`re just two Welshman with a bit of competition in us. I certainly won`t lose any sleep over it and I`m sure he won`t either.”


With Hughes also commenting,

“I did a similar thing in the League Cup because I was aggrieved when one of Stoke`s players took out Moussa Dembele.”

Now come on gents, how old are you?

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