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Hughes - Returning to Portsmouth

Hughes - Returning to Portsmouth

Returning to a scene of a triumph is always a good experience.

This Sunday, as all Fulham supporters know, we return to Fratton Park and memories of a day in May, a Danny Murphy goal and scenes of sheer relief flood back into the memory banks.

That day, Fulham exceeded expectations to become one of the few teams to take all three points at Fratton Park last season. Aaron Hughes, like everybody else, has wonderful memories of that day and has set the scene for Sunday when he explains,

'Everyone's got good memories of Fratton Park and we'll be going there with confidence.'

'It may be the same pitch but it's a different day altogether and we won't be dwelling on that.'

'If we can take three points it would be great. In the Premier League it's always hard to win away and for any team an away win is a good day.'

If we keep playing the way we have been it will come at some stage.'

'We don't want to be where we were last season as we said that right at the start.

'The league gets harder every year. Every team poses a threat whether they're playing home or away and we've got to keep working hard and keep doing what we're doing.'

'It's important we believe in ourselves and I see belief amongst the lads in what we're doing.'


Positive thoughts, lets hope they bring about a positive result.

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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Friday October 24 2008
Time: 4:12PM

Comments

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it'll be hard to get three points, I'll settle for one, then three would be a right old bonus!
Al Billy
24/10/2008 19:45:00
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be brave, be bold - it'll be three points :-)
Putney
24/10/2008 19:48:00
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same score as last season will do nicely thank you
dan the man
25/10/2008 10:19:00
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You came to FP last season at a time when we were concentrating on the FA Cup. This time we will be concentrating on YOU! We are a stronger team than last season (although we are carrying a lot of injuries at the moment). If we are on form you will leave with nothing.
Gandor
25/10/2008 20:56:00
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