Fulham - Fulham - All About Continuity!
UK time is: 23:14:08
Vital Login
Social Login

Choose your club

Other Sites

Network Navigation

Vital Partners

'If It's Football, It's Vital'

Fulham - All About Continuity!

At a time when many sides treat the FA Cup with a degree of contempt, how refreshing was it to see that Fulham played, as Mark Hughes promised, a very strong side in the 6-2 rout of League One side, Peterborough United.

If you analyze matters, the two domestic cups are the only trophies clubs like ours have a chance of winning, although Premier League survival is essential, there`s nothing like a good old cup run to boost confidence.

After the game, Hughes spoke about his reasons for fielding such a strong side, briefly commenting,

"We picked a strong side because we`re on a good run and I wanted to keep that continuity. As a result we saw the game out pretty comfortably."

As for the opposition, perhaps Peterborough should also be congratulated for the manner in which they played what was a hugely entertaining game, a fact acknowledged by their boss, Gary Johnson, who remarked after the match,

"We gave a Premier League side some problems, and gave the fans something to shout about."

Is it too much to hope that we get similar fare served up in round four?

Join The Vital Debate

Vital Fulham on: facebook

Vital Fulham on: twitter

Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday January 9 2011

Time: 12:16PM

Your Comments

I was going to write something snide about the Hughes' switch to 'continuity' vs. 'luck' being the key to success, but I'll just enjoy the win.
its nice to see the maneger put out his strongest side well done mark
truth sayer ffc
its nice to see the maneger put out his strongest side well done mark
truth sayer ffc
its nice to see the maneger put out his strongest side well done mark
truth sayer ffc
dont know what happened there
truth sayer ffc
Keep Joe playing, sorry AJ.
agreed, but i still don't think he's prem quality...
truth sayer ffc

Have Your Say

Log in...
with your social network     OR     with your Vital account

Recent Fulham Articles

Learn the Lesson Moussa! (Thursday November 26 2015)

Managerial Update #27 (Thursday November 26 2015)

Holland and Pearson Say No! (Wednesday November 25 2015)

Rowett Favourite for Fulham Job! (Tuesday November 24 2015)

Manchester United Interested in Dembele (Tuesday November 24 2015)

Grant on Getting the Right Man! (Monday November 23 2015)

Admire Moussa Whilst You Can! (Monday November 23 2015)

Fulham Linked With Peterborough Player (Sunday November 22 2015)

Is Steve Holland Fulham`s Man? (Sunday November 22 2015)

MK Dons 1 Fulham 1 (Saturday November 21 2015)

Archived Fulham Articles

List All Vital Fulham Articles
Have your say
Click here to suggest an article
Click here to suggest a poll
ScoopDragon Publishing Entire League Network of Sites

Vital Members League (view all)

1. Oldwolf 3
2. dobox 3

League Table (view table)

Team P W D L GD Pts
9. Cardiff 17 6 7 4 3 25
10. Ipswich 17 6 7 4 0 25
11. Brentford 17 7 3 7 -1 24
12. Fulham 17 5 6 6 1 21
13. Blackburn 17 4 8 5 1 20
14. Wolves 17 5 5 7 -1 20
15. Q.P.R. 17 5 5 7 -3 20

Fulham Fixtures (view all)

Breaking League News

Nottingham Forest Vs Reading-Preview
Reading : 26/11/2015 21:49:01
Trio in loan moves
Middlesbrough : 26/11/2015 20:45:01
LUFC Queens Park Rangers v Leeds United Team News
Leeds Utd : 26/11/2015 20:39:01
LUFC Evans - I understand why Sunderland recalled winger
Leeds Utd : 26/11/2015 20:20:01
LUFC Leeds bid decent money for striker
Leeds Utd : 26/11/2015 20:15:00

Current Site Poll (view all polls)

MOTM v MK Dons (a)?
Suggested By:  putney
Lewis 20%
Fredericks 9%
Stearman 31%
Burn 0%
Garbutt 0%
O'Hara 27%
Tunnicliffe 0%
Cairney 0%
Kavanagh 0%
Dembele 4%
McCormack 0%
Voser 0%
Mattila 9%