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Fulham - It`s Joint Winners?

It`s time to reveal your choice of our man-of-the-match in the win against Bolton Wanderers.

The game, as you are very much aware, was our first away win in the Premier League this season.

And, for the first time this season, we have joint-winners.

Competition was fierce but, your choices as the Vital Fulham men-of-the-match against Bolton were Brede Hangeland and Danny Murphy.

Both players polled 26% of the vote.

In third place with 17% of the vote was Clint Dempsey.

Once again, we`d like to thank you for your support and direct you in the direction of our latest poll which asks you to speculate how many, of our last nine games, we`ll win.




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday March 17 2009

Time: 1:39PM

Your Comments

I voted for Hangeland. Murphy was good, but Brede was lights-out. He may have won more headers the rest of the players on the pitch combined!
Samboney
I voted for Hangeland. Murphy was good, but Brede was lights-out. He may have won more headers the rest of the players on the pitch combined!
Samboney
haha....tis what i would expect at his height and build!! :D:D
KBFulham
haha....tis what i would expect at his height and build!! :D:D
KBFulham
I couldn't split them!
Al Billy
I couldn't split them!
Al Billy
hangeland bossed the defense and murphy bossed the rest. thank goodness for both of them...
woodysweats
hangeland bossed the defense and murphy bossed the rest. thank goodness for both of them...
woodysweats
it was defenatly one of the harder poll to pick,,i picked hengeland but murphs was awsome aswell
whiteaussie
it was defenatly one of the harder poll to pick,,i picked hengeland but murphs was awsome aswell
whiteaussie
 

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