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Fulham - For West Brom read Manchester United

Fulham - For West Brom read Manchester United

I don't care about what happened last Saturday.

I'm going to ignore the old saying about you only being as good as your last game and focus on our trip to the West Midlands this weekend.

It promises to be a good game with West Brom still on a high after a win at Middlesbrough last weekend, a win that Tony Mowbrary would have enjoyed against a club he knows only to well.

Roy Hodgson is well aware of the danger West Brom will pose and ahead of the game has remarked,

'I've seen a couple of West Brom's games but I won't be treating this match any different to, say, a game against Manchester United.'

'Football's different every time you step on the field, look at the game between Hull and Arsenal at the weekend, a lot of people would have bet against Hull but that's just the way football is at the moment, everyone's beating everyone else.

'Over the last few years football's been getting tighter, you're seeing more and more cup upsets and the gap between teams everywhere is getting smaller and smaller.'


Fine words Roy, apart from one thing, I'd feel a lot happier if you'd have used the name of Arsenal instead of Manchester United, seeing as we beat the Gunners!



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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Thursday October 2 2008
Time: 5:00PM

Comments

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The Hawthorns can be an intimidating place - it'll be a hard game!
Al Billy
02/10/2008 17:40:00
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if we let them get on top the crowd will be like a 12th man withh their Baggies songs!
Putney
02/10/2008 19:17:00
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lets get behing the lads it s never easy playing away but i think this s one of those games we can get all 3 points just dun concede any late goals again also look forward to what Gera can do against his former club COYW
genuch
03/10/2008 06:03:00
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TIME TO GET THAT FIRST AWAY WIN, SO IT DOESNT BECOME A WORRY AGAIN ,GUT FEELING PROBABLY A DRAW
dan the man
03/10/2008 11:08:00
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