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Fulham's Hodgson Goes Wild!

Fulham's Hodgson Goes Wild!

Roy Hodgson wasn`t the only one who 'lost it` when Kamara hit that third goal on Saturday.

People all around me were jumping up and down, hugging each other and generally losing it.

Even though you`d never met the person next to you, you couldn`t help hugging them wildly as the realization set in that we`d pulled off a minor miracle.

If any of you took time to look to the bench you`d have also witnessed the sight of Roy Hodgson jumping up and down madly, not something he usually does.

Here`s what he had to say on that moment,

"At half time I asked my side not to lose the second half - but they went beyond that."

"I try to be behave a bit more dignified on the touchline than I did twenty years ago."

"But when that winner went in, you can see the passion and the enthusiasm I still have and that should never be in doubt."


Roy, if you`d have done a cartwheel down the touchline nobody would have batted an eye lid mate - we were all in a different world!

Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Monday April 28 2008
Time: 5:00PM

Comments

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It was a magical moment! 2 away wins in a row. You've got to excuse him! :)
Fan of Blues
28/04/2008 17:37:00
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I bet even when he went potty there wasn't a hair out of place when he sat down!
merlin
28/04/2008 19:29:00
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what next? a Mourinho style run down the touchline :-)
merlin
28/04/2008 19:31:00
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It's good to see him show such passion! I've always thought he had passion for the club but I know some didn't. I think this proves them wrong.
oranje_emu
28/04/2008 21:21:00
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