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Fulham - Past Encounters

With the fixture against West Bromwich Albion a little over twenty-four hours away, at the time of writing, it`s interesting to look briefly back at a couple of Premier League fixtures between the two sides.

Our clash at the Hawthorns proved to be a tempestuous affair. The game finished 0-0 but was a mere imitation of the fixture previous to that whereby the game finished 1-1 but will be remembered for a full on fist fight in which Papa Bouba Diop, Andrew Cole and Neil Clement all took an early bath.

Off course, our most recent fixture against West Bromwich is a day all West Brom fans would like to forget when on the 11th February 2006, they were trounced 6-1 at Craven Cottage, a performance many a Fulham fan has fond memories of, let`s hope there`s more of the same tomorrow!




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The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday October 3 2008

Time: 1:12PM

Your Comments

In a way I kind of miss the Wardrobe!
Al Billy
imagine him alongside Etuhu - opponents would quiver with fear!
Putney
diop was a very good player sad to see him leave
sdavies25
was a bit injury prone, and did dissappear in games i was never really convinced on him
dan the man
could have done with his steel today though!
Al Billy
the Wardrobe s one of our best players in times n it s still a mystery that the Mr. Idiot S*****z sold him for 2 million quid or something to another EPL club... we would hav a monster central midfield if we havnt let him go
genuch
 

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