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Fulham - Tears for Our Jimmy!

My how life can change in a short space of time!

This time last week I was laughing, along with the rest of the nation, as Jimmy Bullard orchestrated what has to be the best goal celebration of the season.

This week we`re looking at pictures of a tearful Jimmy being helped away after suffering another knee injury, this time it being the other knee to the one he injured before and that has required him to have two career saving operations.

Here at Vital Fulham we hope that the damage isn`t serious because, despite what all went on when he left Craven Cottage for the KC Stadium, he`s still a person and a player I have the utmost admiration for.

Here`s hoping you`re back in action soon Jimmy!


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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday December 6 2009

Time: 12:53PM

Your Comments

We're crossing our fingers, scan on Monday most probably. I know a lot of Cottagers don't like him any more but the guy is a both a great entertainer & player. Football's better with Jimmy around.
tigercity
good luck to him but I dont think he will ever be the player he was
truth sayer ffc
have injuries finally caught up with him?
Al Billy
As much as we weren't happy to see him leave in the manner in which he did... I felt absolutely gutted for him today, the pictures of his face when he was leaving the field injured were heartbreaking. Hopefully its not another serious knee injury.
donfulham
mmmm....im looking forward to the reality TV series. "The Rise and Fall of Jimmy Bullard". Joking aside I do feel for him, but it must now leave him thinking he could be playing in europe! Well im sure the sight of his bank balance, with xmas coming up, will go some way to putting a smile on his face. AS skinner would say "DRY your eyes mate!!"
Leonestar
i still think he's a bum for succumbing to money, but i would never wish him to be injured, and he's absolutely great for football... loves the game and makes everyone enjoy it more than they did... here's to a quick recovery...
woodysweats
 

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