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Fulham - Your Accrington MOTM Was?

Fulham - Your Accrington MOTM Was?

In the immediate aftermath of our 3-1 FA Cup victory at Accrington Stanley, Al Billy was courteous enough to post our poll.

As is always the case, following a fixture, we ask you to vote for your man-of-the-match.

This time around, the top three featured two players who don`t normally get much of a look in when it comes to this vote as well as a player who features with a degree of monotony.

Without much further ado, here ate the much anticipated results:-

1st - Riise - 41%

2nd - Duff - 23%

3rd - Elm - 17%

Our response being - did Riise do enough to keep his place in the starting eleven for the difficult trip to White Hart Lane?


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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Monday January 25 2010
Time: 11:51AM

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Riise is good at charging down the wing and putting in a cross. It's a different style than we're use to playing, but with the injuries, we may need to change tactics a little. Nice to finally see Elm on the pitch.
Teddy_KGB
25/01/2010 14:28:00
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i like riise, but it seems he's really effective for one half, and then he gets tired... i'm sure he needs more playing time to get true match fitness, but he's definitely a promising player for the future... once duff gets too old, slot in riise for sure... elm looked like a player, but he was playing a league two squad...
woodysweats
25/01/2010 15:59:00
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Can't comment really. Haven't even seen the highlights!
kbfulham
25/01/2010 19:02:00
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Duff too old? will he not go on for ever!
Al Billy
25/01/2010 19:12:00
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I hope he's certainly fooled me I thought he'd be a poor signing but he's class!
Putney
25/01/2010 19:16:00
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