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Fulham - Hangeland on Fortune Change

Fulham - Hangeland on Fortune Change

With Manchester City having stolen our UEFA Cup place, yes I am still jealous, we can only but look ahead to the clash with Newcastle this Sunday.

After the 'Geordie Army` secured a fine 2-0 win over Aston Villa, last night, our status at the bottom end of the table looks a little more perilous.

Our lack of goals is one thing we need to correct, eight in ten games isn`t going to get us anywhere.

But, Brede Hangeland, who has had a fine start to the season, is convinced the tide will turn and in a recent interview remnarked,

"Obviously we have not scored enough goals this season."

"But I would be more concerned if we were not creating any chances."

"Even though we haven`t scored many, I think a lot of it is down to bad luck."

"Everyone in the squad is confident that the goals will come if we continue to play as we are."


Now wouldn`t it be nice to stick three, or even four past someone?

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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Tuesday November 4 2008
Time: 4:54PM

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Talk`s cheap!, we need goals, goals and more goals. Brede is turning into a solid enough player, not perfect of course (who is?), he keeps his cool whilst others (like me) panic in the stands. I just hope A.J. starts firing regularly now.
martintheveg
05/11/2008 10:30:00
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Hughes has been just as impressive too! He makes a good point, we are creating the chances, and they will start going in, sometime :-S
oranje_emu
06/11/2008 01:27:00
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its not like we are playing defencely,we are not conceding many just need the midfield to support our front two,and surely the goals will come
dan the man
06/11/2008 12:03:00
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