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The Riverside View (Everton)

So, we made it!

Our little club with take on some of Europe's elite next season.

Was anyone else though left a little disappointed at the poor display?

But, I guess I can't complain as this has been the greatest season in FFC history to date. So many memorable moments such as the wins over Man Utd and Arsenal as well as Dempsey's late header to earn a point over our most hated of rivals.

I must say, Everton were the best team to come to the Cottage this season. They were well drilled, organised and efficient, a little like ourselves over the course of this season.

Despite some criticising Pantsil for the first goal, I lay the blame with Hangeland for playing the ball to Pantsil when he was surrounded and I felt JP was our man of the match with his endeavour. He was also so close to giving every Fulham fan a goal with his chance, I was out my seat waiting to celebrate and witness what would have been the weirdest and most long winded celebration ever.

So, assuming our first Europa match is at home, I look forwarding to seeing you all in 66 days time!




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Writer: Alex Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday May 25 2009

Time: 9:07AM

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Not sure Everton were the best team to ocme here but they were amongst the best organised!
Al Billy
they deserved the win... and konchesky should not have tried to play him off...
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