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Fulham: Colman happy with McBride

Fulham: Colman happy with McBride

Fulham Manager Chris Coleman feels Brian McBride is almost at his best form after the striker's goal in monday night's bizarre 3-3 draw at Watford.

Coleman Stated: 'Brian is starting to come into his own. It has taken a bit of time but the goal was a fantastic finish.

'Watford is a hard place to come and many teams will find that to be the case this season, so I was delighted with the courage we displayed.'

McBride is improving and this will be encouraging to us Fulham supporters, injuries has decimated our midfield and we are now having to use a reserve midfield so fair play to the current team and for the injured 'speedy recovery'!!


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Date:Wednesday October 4 2006
Time: 7:24AM

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McBride is improving and its a good job otherwise where would we be, injuries are not an excuse as we are a premiership team and should have the depth in the squad to deal with it!
squeaky
04/10/2006 07:30:00
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Maybe but even the 'bigger' clubs struggle when their best players are injured especially when it is virtually the whole of the 1st team midfield.
Cravens
04/10/2006 07:33:00
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I think he made the differance on monday for you for sure , and I think he will be good for you this season for sure !
dazednconfuzed
04/10/2006 08:58:00
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He did make the differance and iff we keep it up it will go a long way in getting over this current injury crisis.
Cravens
04/10/2006 14:15:00
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It was a comeback but let us not forget that we were only playing Watford not Man U so hardly an acheivment.
squeaky
04/10/2006 14:26:00
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Quote: 'Watford is a hard place to come and many teams will find that to be the case this season, so I was delighted with the courage we displayed.' Coleman. WTF does he mean 'Watford is a hard place to come' You watch we will be the only team this season to not get three points at Watford. Chris Coleman, is always trying to blame someone or something else. Why can't he just admit that they played better then us and deserved the three points. His next excuse will probably be, 'the wind wasn't right.' Or something equally stupid. After Watford's second goal, I almost swallowed my tongue. But we got back in to it and we were beating them 3-2 and then, in the last minuete, it happened, they deservidly equalised. It does happen, but always it seems to us. When will we get our form, Midfielders and a bit of luck back. We need it soon, or we will finish 17th, just staying in the premiership by goal difference.
The Cottager
04/10/2006 15:20:00
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McBride is a legend in the States and most people here that know soccer know about Fulham and mainly because of McBride.
fulham usa
05/10/2006 09:29:00
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He's a legend here as well!
Cravens
05/10/2006 09:36:00
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