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Fulham - We Tell Roy What to Do!

Our poll, spanning Wednesday and the majority of Thursday, asked a simple question.

With Andrew Johnson suspended who should play in his place?

Naturally, we assumed that Roy Hodgson would stick with the two strikers option.

We gave you the opportunity to select from three options - Ki-Hyeon, Dempsey and Nevland.

As it turned out, it was a close contest with the candidates almost neck-a-neck at most stages of the voting.

In the end though, it was Erik Nevland who emerged as the winner with 44% of the vote.

So there it is Roy, pair Erik Nevland with Bobby Zamora, in the absence of Andrew Johnson!




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The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday October 2 2008

Time: 5:42PM

Your Comments

do we seriously believe he'll listen?
Al Billy
NO! But it's a good discussion topic isn't it?
Putney
No! sorry - I'm in one of those moods - argumentitive!
Al Billy
RH will probably play Seol behind BZ this weekend, clint s bit out of favour under RH, but nevland sh'd get his chance to show what he can do like our ole gunnar solskjaer COYW
genuch
Hopefully Clint will play he did do the biz for us last season in the absence of McBride, one of our joint top scorers if i am not mistaken
Backslash2010
you're not mate, he certainly was!
Putney
 

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