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Fulham - Hodgson`s Kind Words!

Gentleman Roy Hodgson is never one to gloat.

Even though he knew that our victory, up at St James Park, had plunged Newcastle back into the relegation battle that haunted us last season, he remained dignified and very tactful in his assessment of the game, remarking,

"We came here to some extent as sacrificial lambs today."

"It was a great win here today. I feel sorry for Newcastle - they deserved better, we rode our luck on several occasions."

"We are thankful for a very good performance from our back four and goalkeeper."

We`d not expect anything else from a scholar of the game and we, here at Vital Fulham, would like to wish Newcastle every success as they seek to emulate what we done last season, namely, win on the last day of the season to ensure survival.

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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday May 17 2009

Time: 9:41AM

Your Comments

Not me. I wish them a blistering defeat at Villa Park.
I think i'd rather see hull go down than the toon, just for Jimmy Bull****
Agree, Hull have to go.
i agree aswell,jimmy goin down would b funny
not so much funny as vindicating...
so it's West Brom, Hull and Middlesbrough for us lot is it?
Al Billy
I still think Newcastle are doomed - you'll see!
Al Billy
whatever! it'll make for an interesting last day!
Roys International reputation has finally surfaced this season. Not one for the headlines he just gets on with his job.

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