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Fulham fans say: Keep it basic

Fulham fans say: Keep it basic

In our latest poll, we asked:

What formation should Fulham play?

41% of everyone that used the poll said '4 - 4 - 2'. 30% Said '4 - 3 - 3'.



The other two options weren't very popular with only 16% saying '5 - 3 - 2'. And only 13% voted for '3 - 4 - 3'.

Well, where has Fulham fans imagination gone??



Our next poll asks...

Is video technology essential for football?

Yes, because players get away with murder.

No, because it will slow the game

Its more essential to keep the official's in order.

Not sure!

Who cares?


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:
Date:Wednesday December 6 2006
Time: 8:44PM

Comments

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I suppose if 4-4-2 works for you why change it!
sammy.luke
06/12/2006 20:57:00
0
It will be changed if Coleman thinks that a different formation is needed.
Cravens
07/12/2006 05:59:00
0
Each game has to br judged differently as far as formation goes surely!
fulham usa
07/12/2006 07:10:00
0
Coleman knows what he is doing (most of the time)...lol
loubie
07/12/2006 07:11:00
0
We need a more attacking formation. 3-4-3 is my choice of formation. And my prefered team in that choice (Currantly): ------------------Latuvka----------------- -Rosienior------Knight-------Bocanegra- -----------------Brown-------------------- -Routledge-----Jensen------Boa Morte- -----------------McBride------------------ -------John-------------Helguson--------
wei, wu and shu
07/12/2006 09:05:00
0
I think that I made a bit of a cock-up there.
wei, wu and shu
07/12/2006 09:06:00
0
5-3-2.
squeaky
07/12/2006 09:43:00
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