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Fulham...The month ahead.

Fulham...The month ahead.

I know its all difficult at the moment but the next 5 games are going to be a test.

October

Home Mon 16 20:00 Charlton Sky

Away Sat 21 17:15 Aston Villa PPV

Home Sat 28 15:00 Wigan - -



November

Home Sat 04 12:45 Everton Sky -

Away Sat 11 15:00 Portsmouth -

Charlton should'nt be too bad with their form at the moment.

Aston Villa should be a difficult game, O'Neill certainly has done wonders with the team since that muppet O'Leary left.

Wigan at Craven Cottage shold not be as difficult and we should get some points.

Everton again at Craven Cottage will be another tough one and I would'nt like to predict the outcome.

Portsmouth away will be a home banker for Portsmouth they have had an excellent start although a couple of blips lately.



I am sure if we had a fully fit squad that we would give any of these teams a hard game and I would expect 5 wins or close to it however this is not going to happen with our decimated team!.....its gonna be a hard month.

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Date:Thursday October 5 2006
Time: 6:29AM

Comments

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It is a difficult few games and I really can't see us getting much if anything from the next month or so, I predict relegation zone by Christmas!!
squeaky
05/10/2006 06:36:00
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Oh ye of little faith!!..... I do not think it will be that bad if Mondays game is anything to go by, mid table maybe.
Cravens
05/10/2006 06:38:00
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I think you guys could catch portsmouth on a downward turn to be honest , couple of defeats and if they have a couple more before they play you you could come out on top !
dazednconfuzed
05/10/2006 08:01:00
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I hope so but i won't hold my breath.
fulham usa
05/10/2006 09:09:00
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Thought I'd take a little look around your site guys. Cravens is doing a great job here at Vital Fulham. I had a look not too long ago and think it was only Cravens and The Cottager showing up in the members table. Now you have six, but all six are contributing. Good stuff guys. Keep up the good work, as I've said before, although I'm no expert if you'd liek any help or advice drop me a line and I'll help if I can. Hopefully you'll do the same likewise. Us newbies have to stick together don't we!
Hughes Da Man
05/10/2006 09:34:00
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Thanks for that, it has been hard going and we still have a long way to go, a lot of the Fulham fans go on the official site but we are gradually getting them back with the odd thread and post etc. Good luck and keep it up.
Cravens
05/10/2006 09:46:00
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I have been here from the beginning and am gonna stay. Come on and sign up on the Fulham Vital site, we need a few more contributors.
The Cottager
05/10/2006 14:58:00
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It is hard going but you get what you put in, put in the time and effort and you'll get the rewards. I'm LOVING running the Vital Blackburn site, it's no effort at all (although physically and mentally it is, but not a pain at all in terms of effort) keep up the great work. When we next play maybe we could go a questions and answers thing?
Hughes Da Man
10/10/2006 00:23:00
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