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Fulham - When is a Bad Start Not a Bad Start?

Fulham - When is a Bad Start Not a Bad Start?

It is an interesting question.

We`ve witnessed some poor performances, most notably against Aston Villa and Chelsea.

We`ve shown a little anxiety about our league position with us sitting perilously close to the relegation areas.

But is it all doom and gloom?

Apparently not!

You may be surprised to find out that last season, a season that was to prove to be our best ever, at this very same stage we had exactly the same number of points we do now!


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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Sunday October 18 2009
Time: 11:29AM

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well I never knew that!
Al Billy
18/10/2009 19:45:00
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also have played some top teams and have two games in hand over some beat hull and it wont look so bad should have a better stand point by xmas whe we will see who the turkey is
truth sayer ffc
18/10/2009 21:30:00
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When they announced the schedule, I knew we were in for a long couple of months to start the season, so I'm not surprised about our position. They way we've played has been the concern for me.
Teddy_KGB
19/10/2009 02:53:00
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If we win our 2 (winnable) home games in hand then we would be 9th with 13 pts and talking about our great start to the season.
Lamby
19/10/2009 11:56:00
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time will tell
truth sayer ffc
19/10/2009 15:08:00
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time will tell, and you have to win the games in hand to make them worthwhile... let's start here today!
woodysweats
19/10/2009 17:49:00
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look at the hull game you could see who the turkey was any one make a guss guys
truth sayer ffc
20/10/2009 15:48:00
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