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Fulham Reserves Register Emphatic Win.

Whilst the first team are struggling to register a win after four straight defeats, the reserves showed them how it was done last.

Playing against a West Ham United side they emerged 4-1 victors.

The Cottagers side contained five internationals and it was that class that told after West Ham had initially frustrated them with a performance designed to stifle rather than eek out a win.

However, at a chilly Motspur Park, our experience finally showed and goals from Erik Nevland (40 mins), Two minutes later we were three up thanks to goals from Seol Ki-Hyeon and Julian Gray.

So from holding the opposition at the thirty-nine minute mark, the visitors went into the half time break losing 3-0.

Ten minutes into the second half West Ham reduced the arrears through Eviolfsson but Wayne Brown was to have the final word for us midway through the half with a rasping thirty yard shot.

All in all, a satisfying result and a satisfying performance.




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday October 8 2008

Time: 4:56PM

Your Comments

shows we do have stength in depth I suppose
Al Billy
nice to see Nevland on the scoresheet
Putney
shame Nevland cant get a run in the first team
dan the man
should NevlAnd get a run in the first team - if so who gets dropped considering how much we paid for BZ and AJ!
Al Billy
we could give him a run in the Carling but we made a right fine mess of that cup didn't we!
Putney
we may of paid a lot of money for BZ and AJ but they have not as yet scored too many goals, so give Nevland a chance atleast we know from last season when he did get a chance he scored
dan the man
 

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