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Fulham - Turn That Tide Quick?

Fulham - Turn That Tide Quick?

Yesterday, we mentioned that Roy believed the tide would turn and that we would emerge from the current slump.

Today, I stumbled upon an interesting posting that had me thinking.

If you`d have asked me, when the fixtures came out, how many points I`d hope to take out of consecutive fixtures against Blackburn, West Ham, West Brom, Sunderland, Portsmouth and Wigan, I`d have suggested at least 10. The trouble now being if we win the last three fixtures in that listing we`ll only have nine points!

Applying the same principal to our next run of games - Everton, Newcastle, Tottenham, Liverpool and Manchester City and I`d take a deep gulp of air before offering no comment.

Clearly, we need a little good fortune; a lot of luck and some hard work if we`re not going to find ourselves in the mire come Christmas!



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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Tuesday October 7 2008
Time: 5:55PM

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i hope roy is right, but i think we are already in a mire, its that confidence thing again keep losing and the confidence dissapears and we forget what its like to win,
dan the man
07/10/2008 21:26:00
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i really hope he is ryt we got of to a gud enough start then stopped hopfully we can find r form
sdavies25
07/10/2008 22:29:00
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as many have said - Sunderland is now a crunch match!
Al Billy
08/10/2008 17:16:00
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the proverbial six-pointer! For us at least!
Putney
08/10/2008 17:26:00
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