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Fulham - So Who Was Our Best Performer?

It`s time for the last word on the Sunday we all wish to forget.

After losing 2-0 to near-neighbours Chelsea, we`re not sure there is much honour in being best of a poor bunch - because that is exactly how we played.

But, giving credit where credit is due, a massive 46% thought that John Pantsil put in the kind of display the others should have emulated.

Elsewhere in the poll, 18% went for Brede Hangeland as our best performer whilst 10% though Damien Duff, on his Premier League debut for Fulham was worthy of the previously mentioned accolade.

Like I said, time to close this chapter and move on to Amkar Perm this Thursday night!




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The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday August 26 2009

Time: 8:00AM

Your Comments

let's hope we can turn it around on a plastic pitch...
woodysweats
Plastic pitch is not for us, more injuries...
JKW
For me hangeland is till your best player and you are lucky to keep him. Elsewheree in the squad you will not have the strength to last thew course. Europe could kill you guys this season.
Sindbad
my spys tell me roy will bring in yet more players and the players we have will get better and you are right sinbad hangerland is our best player and as for keeping him i dont think luck has anythink to do with it
truth sayer ffc
the lad loves it at Craven Cottage!
Al Billy
here here to that al billy
truth sayer ffc
 

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