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Fulham - The First of the Six-Pointers?

Fulham - The First of the Six-Pointers?

As the week passes its midway point, it`s beginning to reach that time whereby we need to focus on the forthcoming game against Newcastle.

Originally, well prior to Newcastle`s 2-0 win over Aston Villa on Monday night, this game had 'clash of the relegation candidates` written all over it.

Things have slightly changed though with Newcastle having climbed into 14th place and any thoughts we had of classifying this as a six pointer for both sides have been somewhat diluted.

Nevertheless, we pressed on with a poll suggesting such and our readership tended to agree with us with 62% of you agreeing that, for us, the fixture has already taken on six point status.

If Newcastle can orchestrate such a jump on the back of one such win then so we can we.

Out of the other options, 33% of you went for the 'too early to say` option whilst a very low 5% of you went for the negative option of - no!

Perhaps we`ll reflect on what this result might have meant to us in the new Year and then see how the 33% feel!



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Wednesday November 5 2008
Time: 7:03PM

Comments

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a win would see us leap frog them and Blackburn if that lot down the road do us a favour!
Al Billy
05/11/2008 19:43:00
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lyk hangleland said if we get a few wins we will be in an around the uefa cup spots so a big match COYW
sdavies25
05/11/2008 20:13:00
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2-0 victory i will say. I am in the programme too!! Answering questions in the "Fan Zone"
oranje_emu
06/11/2008 00:57:00
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the table is very close a couple of wins were in the top ten, defeats were be bottom,but we arnt playing badly we must take our goal chances when they come
dan the man
06/11/2008 12:09:00
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perhaps a home victory will kick start things!
Al Billy
07/11/2008 12:23:00
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