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Hangeland Hits Out

The fallout from our failure to get anything from the Spurs game continues to generate column inches.

Although our efforts received praise from several quarters, we`re left to rue the fact despite all our strenuous efforts, we came away from the game with nothing of significance.

Brede Hangeland, a rock in defence and assisting at set-pieces when we were on the offensive, has his own views on the match and has commented to the media,

"We played really well, especially in the second half but they (Spurs) were definitely more clinical. I don`t know how many chances they had - not many - we certainly had more."

"I think we`ve shown over the last few years that on our day we can outplay most teams. It is just about putting the ball in the back of the net. We didn`t do that against Spurs, otherwise it was a great performance."


It was but in the months to come the fact that we dominated a good Spurs team, will be long forgotten



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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday November 8 2011

Time: 4:35PM

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clearly the best side on the day didnt win, but for that you only have yourselves to blame for not only failing to convert your own chances, but for some poor defending at the other end.
oxfordspur
I disagree on the notion Fulham deserved to win or even draw. Being two nil down was not a fluke. Anytime you are two nil down you are going to need some luck to even get a draw against any team let alone a very good Spurs side. Had Spurs been 2-0 down you would have seen Spurs bombard Fulham, but they wont find themselves in that position very often.
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