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Fulham Give Bullard the Bird!

Fulham Give Bullard the Bird!

I`ve always said you either still love him or hate him and the reception he received from the travelling Fulham support on Saturday confirmed that.

It wouldn`t have mattered whether Bullard had scored a hat trick, missed that penalty or given out fivers he was always going to get booed and after the game (Sir) Roy Hodgson thought such behaviour, from the travelling support, was well merited when he added,

"You have to remember that supporters loved Jimmy when he was here - and he refused to sign a new contract."

"He went up to Hull not to better his career but because there was more money on the table."


Precisely Roy, precisely Roy!


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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Monday March 29 2010
Time: 7:05PM

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Hope his career flourishes at Hull, but IMO, we're better off without him.
Teddy_KGB
29/03/2010 20:10:00
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yeah i think so too... he's a bit of a selfish cental midfielder and always needs the ball at his feet to accomplish anything... plus he saved us from another 6 months or so of medical bills with nothing to show for it on the pitch...
woodysweats
29/03/2010 21:17:00
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Turned out to be very good business from Roy
Oldwolf
29/03/2010 21:26:00
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Its a shame cause all that jimmy did do will be lost for him as his career struggles.....
Leonestar
31/03/2010 02:03:00
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