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Fulham - Davies Dismisses Claim!

Much has been made about tiredness creeping in after s many games!

Many pundits have predicted that it`ll eventually prove to be our undoing, especially as we chase European honours with a tasty fixture against Wolfsburg.

But Simon Davies doesn`t agree and on the eve of the game has remarked,

'It's different, more mentally than physically, when the games come so close together but we're not suffering from that. Everyone's enjoying it and no-one's looking tired."

'There's a lot of respect for Wolfsburg in our dressing room. They score a lot of goals so we definitely haven't underestimated them."

'It's the quarter-finals and we are paying the German champions. There's enough there to get us going.'


Indeed it is, my mouth is watering already!


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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday April 1 2010

Time: 10:07AM

Your Comments

you lot are the only club I want to win a european title this season, let it be known you will have the white side of north london cheering you all the way.
paddypower
I can definitely see the 'mental' argument. It's been quite obvious over the past month as to which games we were focused on and which we were not.
Teddy_KGB
it's a challenge, that (sir) roy has managed pretty well... true, he conceded the recent games against man city and hull, but he's doing it for the right reasons, and i feel that now many fans could argue with him... let's hope he can motivate them once again.
woodysweats
coyw lets win win win make west london kings of europe and chelsea can have the other cup me thinks
truth sayer ffc
Without the distractions of the UEFA and FA Cup runs we certainly would be significantly higher in the Prem, but wouldn't that be dull compared with the excitement and successes we've enjoyed! COYW
DeuceBigelow
true words deuce....oh and do you match up to your name?, always been curious as to the choice....
Leonestar
would you trade a higher PL place for the cup glory we've had? I wouldn't!
Al Billy
NO! This season has been so thrilling with European action! If we win the Europa League do we get to defend it next season?
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