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Fulham - Stimulating Thoughts!

Following the 6-2 FA Cup win over Peterborough United, Mark Hughes came up with some interesting comments.

The comments are very thought provoking and it`s very hard to argue against the point Mark is making.

Basically, Mark offer his views on why the club couldn`t go on as it was under Roy Hodgson and why changes, whether we like it or not, have to be made.

See what you think,

"It`s important you stimulate the group. You can`t rest on your laurels."

"They`ve had a couple of great years with the same group of players and not that many changes."

"They want to get to the next level, and that`s why I came here."


Is Mark right in recognizing the fact that the last two seasons were the pinnacle as far as the current group of player`s are concerned?

And, just how much change is needed to take us to that promised next level?


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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday January 10 2011

Time: 4:38PM

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THE TEAM IS OK ITS THE SQUAD THAT NEEDS TO BE STRONGER IF SAY SOMEONE GETS INJURED OR LOSS OF FORM THE PLAYER THAT STEPS IN HAS TO BE OF THE SAME STANDARD OUR FIRST 11 AT THERE BEST CAN GIVE ANY TEAM A RUN FOR THERE MONEY EVEN MAN U JUVENTIS AND MADRID AND I THINK WITH A FIT BOBBY ZAMORA WE WOULD HAVE BEATEN THEM BUT MARK IS RIGHT IN A WAY IT IS GOOG TO GIVE THEM A KICK NOW AND AGAIN JUST ASK SIR ALEX HE KEEPS THE SAME PLAYERS AND BRINGS IN ONE OR TWO EVERY YEAR COYW
truth sayer ffc
in theory it's right, but we should be higher on the table with our current squad... it's a bit bold to say you've been brought in to surpass your predecessor when you haven't come close to matching him yet...
woodysweats
Hodgson primary objective while at Fulham was to keep us out of relegation scraps. Everything else was gravy. The 'next level' costs money and I've not seen Mo willing to finance anything other than keeping our top flight status.
Teddy_KGB
 

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