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Behave Yourselves Lads!

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!

Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Saturday February 2 2008
Time: 11:55AM

Comments

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and if Baird couldn’t possibly be even less a crowd favourite! oh dear!
oranje_emu
02/02/2008 12:06:00
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Bullard resembles the ELEPHANT MAN according to the tabloids :-)
merlin
02/02/2008 13:18:00
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Apparently thats what the other guys in the team say!
oranje_emu
02/02/2008 13:52:00
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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
02/02/2008 14:13:00
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Bet it wiped that stupid smile of Bullard's face though!
merlin
02/02/2008 19:10:00
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Thats what got him in trouble, tried to laugh off the tackle.
oranje_emu
02/02/2008 20:26:00
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Baird should have laughed it off too, I doubt whether Jimbo meant anything serious by it !
Putney
03/02/2008 11:18:00
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