Date: 25th August 2008 at 2:45am
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Brede Hangeland ended Fulham’s 14 match winless run in London derbies as his 21st minute goal was enough to ensure the points stayed at Craven Cottage.

It’s enough to make any manager smile, however Roy Hodgson admitted the performance could have been better. Despite controlling the game for long periods, the Fulham boss believes his side struggled after 70 minutes, in which Danny Murphy ran the show for the home side.

Delighted at the result, Hodgson paid tribute to Mark Schwarzer making his home debut, as the tall Australian denied the Gunners’ with some confident keeping.

 

3 Replies to “Hodgson still calls for more (AUDIO)”

  • That’s uncle Roy for you. And it’s good, we need to make sure that the players feet are firmly grounded and we don’t get too carried away. It’s still early days!

  • yeh i thought there r at least 2 chances in 2nd half that we c’d score n kill them off! btw not sure if RH will field the same team in the leicester game just make sure the lads can take enough rest wiv 3 games in 7 days

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