Fulham - Will They Shake Hands?
Whatever the score today, I`ll be casting an eye to wards the dug-outs when that final whistle goes at Craven Cottage today.
The last two meetings have seen Tony Pulis and Mark Hughes refuse to shake hands. The fuss starting after Hughes objected to a fierce last minute challenge, on Dembele, in the Carling Cup tie this season and continued when we won at the Britannia Stadium in the recent Premier League game.
Hopefully, those fiery Welsh tempers will have cooled a little by tonight and those hands will be clasped in mutual respect when that final shrill of the whistle is heard.
This is what Mark Hughes had to say on the matter,
"I will offer my hand and hope Tony accepts it."
The last time was tit-for-tat. I got a bit emotional and showed it in the wrong way. Maybe Tony showed his displeasure at being beaten in the wrong way."
Come on boy`s get your act together!
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