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Fulham - Seven More to Go?

It`s hard to envisage now, the pain we were suffering this time last season when it looked as we were dead certain to go down.

However, despite the fact Fulham are currently riding high in the Premier League Gentleman Roy his doing his best to keep the players feet firmly on the ground by remarking,

"33 points is not enough to stay in this league."

'Until we pass that magical 40 (point) mark we won't even contemplate that things are looking easier."

'If we get past that mark we can start raising our heads a little bit and hoping for the higher places in the league."


Personally, I would love to be safe by the middle of March and then we can see exactly how the ground lies!




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday February 23 2009

Time: 8:00AM

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I DONT SEE ANY REASON WHY WE CANT PASS THE 50 POINTS AND MORE THE TEAM REALLY SEEMS TO PLAY AS ATEAM NOW WITH BULLARD GONE ,
dan the man
as long as fulham keep playing good football, the results will come and it'll be pleasing to watch... come one FULham!
woodysweats
We can certainly achieve 40 by the end of March. I'm not counting on anything from Arsenal (even though they've been held 3 weeks running; twice at home), but we have Hull and Blackburn at home and Bolton on the road. I think it's reasonable to expect 7 points from those fixtures.
Samboney
the only issue i have is the away form.....there is no point getting into europe if we will never win away in the competition....we will just fall at the first hurdle. i'd be pleased with safe mid-table...and an improvement away from home!!
KBFulham
Samboney - great call mate, great call - I agree 100%
Al Billy
true. we'd need a bigger squad to compete in europe as well... but i wouldn't be against it...
woodysweats
 

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