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Fulham - Hughes on Jimmy!

With Fabio Capello watching from the stands, it was the ideal time for Jimmy Bullard to return to the sort of form that made him a member of the England squad, twice, earlier this season.

Capello couldn`t have failed to have been impressed with his all-action display that culminated in his first goal of the season and a stunning free kick that Joe Hart spectacularly saved.

After the game Aaron Hughes, who is having a great season himself, spoke out about the bubbly character himself, Mr Bullard, remarking,

"Even if you don`t know Jim, you realise he works hard, always shows up for the ball and can score."

"There`s character in every team. He puts smiles on peoples` faces and does silly things. It`s beneficial to smile and he does that. He lifts the mood."

"And it transfers on to the pitch. You see him, bubbly, bouncing around looking for the ball."


Of all the midfield talent on show on Saturday, at Craven Cottage, I`d say Bullard had the best game, anyone care to differ?



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

Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Monday December 8 2008
Time: 4:44PM

Comments

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Hopefully Bullard can finally be given a chance by Fabio Cappelo
Carbz #13
09/12/2008 07:36:00
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a case of third time lucky hopefully!
Al Billy
09/12/2008 18:59:00
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Fabio has been at CC loads this season, mabey it because of the 5 english players in our starting eleven?
Backslash2010
10/12/2008 13:09:00
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he just needs one chance! doesn't matter even if its in a friendly
sdavies25
11/12/2008 16:21:00
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