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Fulham - Dempsey On Our Season!

Nestling just above the relegation zone, could be perceived as a reason to show some concern.

However, it should be pointed out that the nature of the Premier League means that two good wins could see us propelled up the table to a very respectable position.

Clint Dempsey, speaking to the red-top media, has spoken about the way he perceives things are going, remarking,

"I think it`s good the fans expect more of us - we expect more of ourselves."

"We believe that because of what we`ve done we can continue to do that. It`s not wrong of them to think that way."

"They have seen us play good football and they expect us to do that. We expect that of ourselves and we are going to get there."

"All we can do is concentrate on working hard."

"We believe in the manager and we are going to keep working hard for him. We believe this team can be in the top half. We`ve had some good performances - but we need the results."

"But some of these performances end up being draws and that`s not what you want. We have got to start getting some wins."

"We`re confident because if you look at it, we`ve only lost four games. We are frustrated because we are getting a lot of draws. We want to start winning games, get more points and go on a run."

"But everyone still believes and we`ve all got character. A lot of the guys have been down there before with their backs against the wall."

"I`ve experienced that two of the four years I`ve been here, so we will keep working hard."


But with Arsenal and Liverpool (away) on our next three fixtures it`s essential that we start to turn the tide very soon!


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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday November 29 2010

Time: 2:06PM

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WITH ARSENAL AND LIVERPOOL AWAY GOOD LUCK LADS
truth sayer ffc
WITH ARSENAL AND LIVERPOOL AWAY GOOD LUCK LADS
truth sayer ffc
what better time to break the duck...
woodysweats
I'm looking past Arsenal as I don't think we have a chance, but Sunderland and Liverpool are possible wins.
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