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Sanchez aggrieved (AUDIO)


Speaking after the 2-0 loss to Liverpool, Fulham boss Lawrie Sanchez says his side's self belief became their undoing.

After frustrating the Anfield crowd for 80 minutes, Sanchez believes his side opened up as they looked for more than a point - but goals from Fernando Torres and a Steven Gerrard penalty saw to it that their resolute performance went unrewarded.

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Writer: Lee Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday November 11 2007

Time: 11:07PM

Your Comments

Would you rather have shut up shop and play for a 0-0?
BlindJak
With regards to the poll, the fact is we wont learn from it! We have lost a game in the last 10 mins at aleast 4 times this season!!
oranje_emu
that's an annoying trait and a bad habit to get into!
merlin
You can't honestly think Torres' goal was a mis-hit?
Chris 88
Yes torres miss-hit and it was never a penalty so it should have been a 0-0 draw¬¬ :)
will it ever happen
don't Liverpool just have all that damned thing called luck?
merlin
I believe the saying is that you make your own luck actually, merlin =)
Chris 88
and will it ever happen, just because it was a mis-hit doesn't mean its still a valid goal, as merlin will tell you anything is a goal these days, even with Gallas stood on the line!
Chris 88
Chris 88 - I appreciate your custom but I'd prefer you to discuss something relevant and not about that lot from down the road!
Putney
 

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