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Fulham - A Moral Victory!

Okay! We come second but we can still hold our heads high!

We shocked Europe and claimed some big scalps on the way, in fact you might be unaware of the fact that 192 teams participated in a competition that saw our club rack up in excess of 20,000 air miles.

Second out of 192, it sounds pretty damn good to me!

We may have been chasing our first major trophy since our formation in 1879 but we can take comfort in the fact that we survived the longest out of all those teams that were entered solely into the Europa League.

Atletico Madrid only bounced into our competition after exiting the Champions League.

In my book that gives us a moral victory does it not!

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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday May 13 2010

Time: 6:00PM

Your Comments

Absolutely, I think most teams that start the comp in July aren’t expected to get out of the group stage let alone make it to the final. I also don’t think the CL failures should be allowed in either, it’s UEFA’s way of helping to keep the rich clubs rich and the smaller clubs small.
Oldwolf
so true oldwolfe so true and I know the truth
truth sayer ffc
Oldwof - never a truer word said!
putney
agreed... it denegrates the europa league as a competition... but this campaign only really proves that (sir) roy is quite a good manager...
woodysweats
 

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