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Behave Yourselves Lads!

In our current predicament, cast adrift in the relegation zone, bad publicity isn`t what we should be courting.

Therefore, it`s disappointing to read in the media this morning that two of our players, Jimmy Bullard and Chris Baird, have been involved in a training ground bust up.

If the reports are correct it came about after a tackle from Bullard flattened Baird. The Northern Ireland international then exchanged words with Jimmy before unleashing some sort of attack on Bullard.

As a result, Bullard is pictured in the press this morning with some bruising on his nose whilst Roy Hodgson is expected to, in the aftermath of Thursday`s incident, come down hard on Baird and fine him.

Whilst it is accepted that such incidents do happen n the training ground as tempers inevitably fray, we here at Vital Fulham feel a little miffed that this sort of anger and aggression couldn`t have been better channelled into a more competitive aspect of our game.

Behave yourselves lads!




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday February 2 2008

Time: 11:55AM

Your Comments

and if Baird couldn’t possibly be even less a crowd favourite! oh dear!
oranje_emu
Bullard resembles the ELEPHANT MAN according to the tabloids :-)
merlin
Apparently thats what the other guys in the team say!
oranje_emu
We could do without this, `though i can see Jimmy being a bit of a wum, probably the last player the fans want biffing him is Baird.
martintheveg
Bet it wiped that stupid smile of Bullard's face though!
merlin
Thats what got him in trouble, tried to laugh off the tackle.
oranje_emu
Baird should have laughed it off too, I doubt whether Jimbo meant anything serious by it !
Putney
 

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