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Fulham - Formally Welcoming Mark Hughes!

Here at Vital Fulham we like to do the gentlemanly thing!

We pride ourselves on being prim and proper and acting in a manner which befits our fine club, a club with a tradition and a history and a club which we now believe is in safe hands following the arrival of Mark Hughes.

Therefore, without much further ado we`d like to formally welcome Mark Hughes to Fulham Football Club and we hope that Mark`s reign, as manager, will see us scale new heights, continue to play the football we`ve become accustomed to but more than ever bring us that elusive first major trophy.

If you can do that for us Mark you will have succeeded where all others have failed and will be remembered as a true legend.

Good luck from all at Vital Fulham!

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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday July 30 2010

Time: 4:19PM

Your Comments

huzzah! may this relationship work out for the best...
woodysweats
Welcome Mark.......may this marriage be as emptional as the last. the king has gone (red)......long live the king!!!
Leonestar
Seems fitting as he was the consensus choice at the beginning of the search and, but for the Martin Jol sidetrack, this announcement a month ago would've been met with collective satisfaction from the faithful. I must confess to a bit of 'Jol Remorse', but I'm quite happy with Hughes.
Teddy_KGB
if he does well abig club will come in like man u nback to square one
truth sayer ffc
 

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