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Fulham - The Aussie Gets It!

Fulham - The Aussie Gets It!

With the fixture against Hull now taking up all our thoughts, it`s time to put the Arsenal fixture, fro the weekend, to bed by revealing our man-of-the-match results.

Our poll gave us three outstanding candidates topping the options, any one of the three could quite easily have been awarded the accolade, as it is it goes to our Australian keeper, Mark Schwarzer who rustled up 40% of the vote.

Our keeper beat off the challenge of Dickson Etuhu who polled 21% and Danny Murphy who polled 19% of the vote.

Let`s hope that after the Hull match we`re all talking about our strikers!



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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Tuesday March 3 2009
Time: 5:32PM

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i feel that schwarzer was good when called upon, but it should have gone to either mr creative murphy, or mr solid etuhu....
KBFulham
03/03/2009 17:41:00
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i feel that schwarzer was good when called upon, but it should have gone to either mr creative murphy, or mr solid etuhu....
KBFulham
03/03/2009 17:41:00
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those two did dominate the midfield... if you could group them together, they would have easily stolen the day... but at the end of the day, schwarzer gave us the draw with those two stunning saves...
woodysweats
03/03/2009 23:09:00
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those two did dominate the midfield... if you could group them together, they would have easily stolen the day... but at the end of the day, schwarzer gave us the draw with those two stunning saves...
woodysweats
03/03/2009 23:09:00
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Schwarzer's been tremendous all season and the saves at Arsenal were more of the same, but... that's what keepers are supposed to do. Murphy controlled the midfield against stronger, faster players all day. That control is what kept the pressure off our defense and ultimately kept Schwarzer from having to make even more saves (or potentially, not make those saves).
Samboney
04/03/2009 01:25:00
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Schwarzer's been tremendous all season and the saves at Arsenal were more of the same, but... that's what keepers are supposed to do. Murphy controlled the midfield against stronger, faster players all day. That control is what kept the pressure off our defense and ultimately kept Schwarzer from having to make even more saves (or potentially, not make those saves).
Samboney
04/03/2009 01:25:00
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still can't work out why Boro fans were glad to see him go!
Al Billy
04/03/2009 19:14:00
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still can't work out why Boro fans were glad to see him go!
Al Billy
04/03/2009 19:14:00
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