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Fulham - An American Winner?

The disappointment of that late 1-0 defeat to Hull City can be put to the back of our minds with a win this Saturday in the FA Cup.

But before all attention is cast towards Manchester United, it`s time to reveal the top three places in our recent poll to decide the man-of-the-match for that ill-fated Hull game.

In first place, racking up 47% of the vote was Clint Dempsey, in second place amassing 18% of the vote was Dickson Etuhu and in third place with 13% of the vote was Bobby Zamora.

All in all, considering the performances on Wednesday night, I`d say the result was about right or would anyone care to disagree?




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday March 6 2009

Time: 4:58PM

Your Comments

Deserved, I think. He tested Duke on a few occasions. Unlucky not to sneak one by. What a difference that would've made. The loss to Hull has totally ruined my week.
Samboney
Deserved, I think. He tested Duke on a few occasions. Unlucky not to sneak one by. What a difference that would've made. The loss to Hull has totally ruined my week.
Samboney
seriously.
woodysweats
seriously.
woodysweats
didn't feel too happy about it mysef!
Al Billy
didn't feel too happy about it mysef!
Al Billy
but I'm over it now, especially since United made things ten times worse!
Al Billy
but I'm over it now, especially since United made things ten times worse!
Al Billy
 

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