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Tottenham V Fulham Part 2

Tottenham V Fulham Part 2

It seems that the majority (70%)think that although we have had a better start than Spurs to the new season most fans feel that Tottenham will win.(mostly Spuds supporters no doubt!!)

27% thought that Fulham would repeat their win over Newcastle last weekend with a win over the Spuds.

2% went for a draw and 1% were not sure.

Our next poll asks where you think our club will finish the season.

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Date:Thursday September 14 2006
Time: 8:19PM

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Dunno about this one, I would say that the 'majority' would be Spurs fans!!. But it will be a hard game and hard to predict, it appears that the Spuds will have Lennon and berbatov fit for Sunday, lets hope that they are not match fit eh!!!..lol
Cravens
14/09/2006 20:25:00
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Its probably right this, tottenham have just had a good away win against Slavia prague and will be buoyed by that win....you never know a shock could be on the cards.
sammy.luke
14/09/2006 21:36:00
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Forget the poll result...you have nothing to fear but fear itself!
sandgroanun
14/09/2006 23:46:00
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No shock results and obvious it was Spurs fans as there are only two Fulham fans and Cravens the editor who use this site, lets go 3-0 Robinson is finding form.
TeddyLyon
15/09/2006
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Lennon's out. Isn't it ironical and grossly unfair that he got his chance when Routledge was injured but Routledge won't get his when Lennon's injured?
hiano
15/09/2006 07:02:00
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I forgot to add - and will instead play against the team where he really should have been given a chance?
hiano
15/09/2006 07:04:00
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Dont think he is allowed to play on sunday under the terms of his loan
oxfordspur
15/09/2006 07:29:00
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I agree with Hiano -I think MJ has been incredibly short sighted and now we will be without Lennon for 6 weeks (operation) and have no other natural wingers (well Ziegler but he is poor).
The Tailor
15/09/2006 07:39:00
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It was a bit shortsighted, if that is the terms of the loan deal I would be surprised as the Spurs faithful think that Levy is such a wonderful businessman, he has certainly cocked up here!!!lol.
Cravens
15/09/2006 11:22:00
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you are going to be relegated starting with a loss this weeknd!!!!Enjoy the championship all your players are already suited to the lower leagues anyway
bullers
15/09/2006 12:45:00
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