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Fulham - A low point of the season?

Fulham - A low point of the season?

My exams are over, back to lazying around playing xbox and facebook.

So today I was flicking through the news now website and come across something that I thought I would never hear this year, a low point of our >season.

My first thought was :O what in the world? This season could not have been better. But when I read this I thought maybe it was... but I wouldn't call is a low point, more of a kick back into reality.

The 4-0 defeat at home to Manchester United, current champions of England and Europe. Being one win away from a trip to a trip to Wembley, it is kind of disappointing that we have only travelled to a North West London stadium.

After the ''excitement'' of last season with the team only fooling us to believe we was going to be relegated (I wish) I thought we need to change things one step at a time. I believe that not going to Wembley, no matter how great it would have been was something to show you can't fit all your eggs in one basket.

This team needs to move one step at a time and i hope that europe isn't a step to far.

What would be your down-point of the season?



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Writer:niallydude
Date:Saturday June 6 2009
Time: 8:24AM

Comments

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Take baby steps my man, baby steps.
BlueInTX
06/06/2009 18:21:00
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lol get back to your Xbox, young man. That's what I'm doing! :-)
JT_daniel
06/06/2009 19:47:00
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I honestly think Fulham have only really had high-points under Hodgson. Next season will be a massive challenge because your squad will need strengthening unless you are plannimng early exits from the Cups. Have any of you fans looked seriously at just how many games have to be played in the Europa before you get anywhere at all? And the attendances can be very low, too. Focus is the most important thing.
Sindbad
06/06/2009 19:58:00
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yeah i watched this game at a pub in town and left at half time... there were two manc fans who were a-holes (that's the most common type in the states) and it wasn't the match to watch with them nearby... but still an amazing season... just wish i had watched the next man u game with them as well...
woodysweats
09/06/2009 13:39:00
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