Date: 15th March 2010 at 4:07pm
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It’s fairly safe to say that Bobby Zamora has enjoyed some of the best form of his career during the season of 2009/10.

He’s finally managed to incorporate goals into his seemingly indefensible style of play, and he has truly become invaluable to our attacking force.

His goal scoring streak has, however, hit a small brick wall, and with a set of difficult games ahead, I doubt whether Zamora will be tying up his ‘Goalscoring Boots’ any time soon.

While of course, it is acceptable for any forward to suffer a patch of bad form or dip in progress, I do fear that it will do the big man’s confidence no good at all.

In football, as we all know, confidence is key, and Booby has had ups and downs in that very department. As soon as a few games pass by without the hitman banging in a goal or two, small minorities of the fans and press alike begin to criticise the ex-West Ham player.

BZ doesn’t respond too well to criticism and his form seems to take a long time to build up; 1 and a bit years in fact, to be honestly precise.

All we can do then, is sit and hope this patch of tough games ahead prove to mean little to Bobby’s overall game, or, even better, he ripples the net against all odds.

A hat-trick against Juventus and a winner against Spurs will do us all just fine, Bobby!

 

6 Replies to “Fulham – Will Bobby Run Dry?”

  • He’s had very little support the past few games. We’ve not exactly put him in good positions to score. All to often, recently, the only service provided to him has been long balls from the back, where he has to settle the ball and take on multiple defenders.

  • yeah i’d agree teddy… we’re playing a little too direct and not working it forward through the midfield often enough… but i think, even with his miss on sunday, it would be remiss of any fulham fan to start getting on bobby again this season… you simply cannot argue with 15 goals in all competitions. i think he’s a lot more likely to score at home, and as he proved with his goal against shaktar, he can score against the big boys as well… i think he’ll be alright.

  • Whatever happens on thursday, i would rest bobby z and a few others against city and focus on the spuds game.

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