Date: 18th October 2010 at 4:46pm
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The unbeaten Premier League run was nice whilst it lasted but is it a bad thing that it has ended?

Some would say it only served to put pressure on us whilst others would suggest that it boosted our confidence!

Either way it`s now gone and what is important is that we don`t allow one defeat to become two and then hit that slippery slope down.

Mark Hughes, only too aware of the need to bounce back, spoke about such a thing in the aftermath of that first defeat, explaining,

“We have been very positive in our play both home and away this year and that will continue because that is the type of football I want to play.”

“We are a decent side. I am disappointed because we have lost our unbeaten record – but I am pleased with what we are producing.”

“We just needed a little more guile in the last 15 minutes when we were chasing the game.”


Or perhaps the unjust nature of the Spurs winner knocked us out of our stride!

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2 Replies to “Fulham – The Bounce-back-ability Factor!”

  • Beating Spurs, even at home, was always going to be a tall order, but I think the loss serves to remind us that draws, as I alluded to in an earlier article, provide a false sense of security and coupled with a few losses quickly drag us down the table. I can’t expect anything more than a draw against WBA, which makes the next home match versus Wigan a crucial fixture.

  • at least we are not loseing like some other clubs these so called draws could help us come may me thinks

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