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Fulham - Majority Happy with Cup draw!

Fulham - Majority Happy with Cup draw!

In our last poll we canvassed opinion relating to our FA Cup draw against non-League Kettering.

After despatching of Sheffield Wednesday in round three, and achieving our first away win of the season in doing so, the draw was much anticipated, would be get a big-gun either home or away or what we be offered as the sacrificial lamb against a minnow?

As it turned out it was to be the latter with Fulham being paired against non-league Kettering Town.

Looking at the results, it`s a draw that you appear very pleased with as an astonishing 65% of you voted for the Yes option. In fact, only 12% appeared cautions about being the next Leeds in losing to non-league opposition by voting for the No option.

With regards to the rather have had a home tie, a mere 21% of you agreed with the option I went for.

As for the remaining 2% - where`s the old romantic in you in voting for who cares about the FA Cup?



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

Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Wednesday January 7 2009
Time: 4:41PM

Comments

0
Already sent my application off for a ticket, looking forward to this game, should be fantastic to finally be back in the terraces. Oh how I've missed those days.
Wimbledon_White
07/01/2009 17:18:00
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and it's great to have a new name in the comments thread - welcome mate!
Al Billy
07/01/2009 20:40:00
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How could you be unhappy with Kettering Town
jackbarendse
07/01/2009 22:12:00
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I was overcome by joy finding out that we had been given a free pas to the 5th round, maby we can go all the way?
Backslash2010
08/01/2009 09:21:00
0
im sure even with our bad away record, wiyh the players we have we should make the next round fittness will take atoll on kettering but agood draw for them to
dan the man
09/01/2009 06:50:00
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