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The Christmas Sack Race!

Boxing Day threatens to be a festive treat with a London derby to warm us up.

With West Ham United visiting Craven Cottage, the odds are that we should e able to see-off the bottom club in the Premier League.

But, if you listen to the whispers flooding the media world, especially those that frequent the gutter side of things, Boxing Day could see the departure of one of the two managerial combatants facing each other this festive period.

It`s well known that there are a multitude of rumours linking West Ham`s Avram Grant with the old tin-tack but now one shady agency has had the temerity to suggest that if West Ham beat us on Boxing Day it`ll signal the departure of Mark Hughes!

Here at Vital Fulham, we think not!


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The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday December 20 2010

Time: 11:20AM

Your Comments

Who knows what Mo is thinking. With the Liverpool postponement, Hughes might have received a slight reprieve, but if we drop points to West Ham and Stoke, I can't see how replacement doesn't become a topic of discussion. Not saying Hughes is gone, but surely it has to be discussed.
Teddy_KGB
we need to beat the teams below us... simple as that...
woodysweats
im trying not to think of this scenario......
Leonestar
MARTIN JOL ME THINKS ON THE CARDS
truth sayer ffc
and there are not to many teams below us to beat woody
truth sayer ffc
and there are not to many teams below us to beat woody
truth sayer ffc
 

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