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Fulham Slaughtered...

Fulham Slaughtered...

A 9-0 midweek trouncing of Fulham kept Arsenal top and the Cottagers rock bottom of the Women's Premier League.

Gemma Davison, Jayne Ludlow and Karen Carney all hit doubles as Arsenal stretched their goal difference to 32-0 with another big win.

The scoring was completed with a goal apiece by Katie Chapman, Lianne Sanderson and Rachel Yankey.

Second-bottom Sunderland's 2-0 win against third-placed Doncaster Rovers Belles meant Fulham are now the only club yet to collect their first point.


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Date:Thursday October 5 2006
Time: 5:37AM

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Don't do that, I nearly had a heart attack, still it does mean that Fulham as a club are consitant whatever the sex of the team....lol
squeaky
05/10/2006 05:43:00
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Dont Fulham ladies usually do well in womens premier league?
jono_forest
05/10/2006 05:55:00
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Yes they do its all gone downhill...
Cravens
05/10/2006 06:31:00
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ouch that is a turndownwards then ... Arsenal are lookinmg pretty unbeatable though !
dazednconfuzed
05/10/2006 07:59:00
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Don't worry about all that. I hope they all got home in time to do the shopping and cook dinner for the menfolk.
hatespur
05/10/2006 08:16:00
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oooohh ouch, hatespur you sexist bugger !!
Cravens
05/10/2006 08:54:00
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I'm not sexist mate. I'd let my missus play if she was a lesbian body builder and could guarantee that I wouldn't have to wait for my dinner.
hatespur
05/10/2006 08:57:00
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Nice one!, what has happened to our ladies team we were very good a couple of seasons back?
fulham usa
05/10/2006 09:17:00
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I think what has happened is 'a couple of seasons.'. Fulham Ladies need to get some transfers in, and not play old faces, as hey will eventually pay (As they just have in that Ars*nal game.). At least we are doing beter in the Men's Premier league.
The Cottager
05/10/2006 15:18:00
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