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Fulham - Harry Praises Our Front Two

He went into the game having the reputation of being the person who had steered Spurs away from the disastrous start to the season and the man who could do no wrong, but football has a habit of kicking you where it hurts and he left West London with anything but a smile on that familiar face.

The opposition manager, Harry Redknapp, though did have the grace to praise Fulham for their performance in his post match interview commenting,

"It was a disappointing day.'

'We started in second gear and suddenly looked like we were getting into the game until we gifted them a goal. "

'Fulham started sharper than we did and deserved the win. Their front two of Bobby Zamora and Andrew Johnson were excellent. They gave us problems."


Perhaps we should have termed it grudgingly praised!




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday November 16 2008

Time: 10:15AM

Your Comments

what do you mean grudgingly? you deserved to win and your forwards gave us problems - I can't imagine whinger or fergie saying that!
dannispur
Zamora and Johnson were superb and I reckon they would have troubled almost any defence in the league. Spurs are strong and the back but our front two were ALL over them
jackbarendse
I would liked to have voted Zamora MOM, but the handball stopped me. Why risk a booking for that? Terrific otherwise, both of them.
Edens
yeeeeeeeoooooo use were cocky before the game an use got beat
sdavies25
and my head hurt for hours this morning when I woke up but it was well worth it!
Al Billy
come on then! what time did you get in Al?
Putney
 

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