Fulham - Healy - An Award and The Future!
UK time is: 16:10:53
Vital Login
Social Login

Choose your club

Other Sites

Network Navigation

Vital Partners

'If It's Football, It's Vital'

Healy - An Award and The Future!

After notching up a European Qualifying record with regards to goals scored and receiving an accolade from UEFA, there was always every chance that David Healy would receive further recognition from those associated with the Northern Ireland team.

However, he can feel pleased at being awarded the Northern Ireland Football Writers Association - International Personality of the season award.

It`s probably an award that, to be brutally honest, caps off a superb season at international level but something of a disappointing one at club level.

After opening his Fulham account in the first match of the season, away to Arsenal, it was hoped that Healy would go from strength to strength. Sadly, as the team struggled so did Healy with many a fixture spent out of the team.

However, despite a topsy-turvy season it should be pointed out that Healy`s commitment to the Fulham cause has never diminished and in a recent interview he stressed,

'Whether we stayed up or went down, I would have been committed to the club."

'They spent money to bring me here and gave me the opportunity to play in the Premier League. "

'My family have moved down as well and the kids are in school, so we are settled. It is all a learning curve. "

'I want to help bring success to Fulham. Finishing in the top half of the table and having a good cup run has to be our ambition.'

Commendable words and we hope that like several players, the second season at a new club is the one in which they truly flourish.

The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday May 15 2008

Time: 4:56PM

Your Comments

Start scoring goals then! Rargh
or start providing the service he needs :-)
Agree with Merlin, I don't think he gets many chances to convert to goals!
Fan of Blues
It`s probably an award that, to be brutally honest, caps off a superb season at international level but something of a disappointing one at club level. agreed!

Have Your Say

Log in...
with your social network     OR     with your Vital account

Recent Fulham Articles

Rowett Favourite for Fulham Job! (Tuesday November 24 2015)

Manchester United Interested in Dembele (Tuesday November 24 2015)

Grant on Getting the Right Man! (Monday November 23 2015)

Admire Moussa Whilst You Can! (Monday November 23 2015)

Fulham Linked With Peterborough Player (Sunday November 22 2015)

Is Steve Holland Fulham`s Man? (Sunday November 22 2015)

MK Dons 1 Fulham 1 (Saturday November 21 2015)

Stats: MK Dons v Fulham (Saturday November 21 2015)

Mk Dons v Fulham - Team-Sheets (Saturday November 21 2015)

MK Dons v Fulham - Stat Attack (Friday November 20 2015)

Archived Fulham Articles

List All Vital Fulham Articles
Have your say
Click here to suggest an article
Click here to suggest a poll
ScoopDragon Publishing Entire League Network of Sites

Vital Members League (view all)

1. Oldwolf 3
2. dobox 3

League Table (view table)

Team P W D L GD Pts
9. Cardiff 17 6 7 4 3 25
10. Ipswich 17 6 7 4 0 25
11. Brentford 17 7 3 7 -1 24
12. Fulham 17 5 6 6 1 21
13. Blackburn 17 4 8 5 1 20
14. Wolves 17 5 5 7 -1 20
15. Q.P.R. 17 5 5 7 -3 20

Fulham Fixtures (view all)

Breaking League News

Keeper proud of record
Middlesbrough : 25/11/2015 15:17:00
Midfielder extends stay
Middlesbrough : 25/11/2015 13:37:01
Five-a-side: Best of both!
Birmingham : 25/11/2015 13:00:00
Tom Lees - Premier League with Wednesday is my aim!
Sheff Wed : 25/11/2015 12:15:01
Manchester United Goalkeeper linked with Wolves
Wolves : 25/11/2015 10:23:01

Current Site Poll (view all polls)

MOTM v MK Dons (a)?
Suggested By:  putney
Lewis 15%
Fredericks 13%
Stearman 46%
Burn 0%
Garbutt 0%
O'Hara 20%
Tunnicliffe 0%
Cairney 0%
Kavanagh 0%
Dembele 0%
McCormack 0%
Voser 0%
Mattila 6%