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Offline Lighthouse

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Re: Tomorrow night
« Reply #15 on: September 13, 2017, 12:00:51 PM »
A defeat tonight could start rumours buzzing again. A draw would mean still no win at home. In that period where we could do with a good performance and result. As for them being a bit of a bogey side. I never believe those sort of things. Unless we lose than I will make it a prime argument in my excuse why we are struggling for results at home.
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Offline ffcjazzle

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Re: Tomorrow night
« Reply #16 on: September 13, 2017, 12:49:46 PM »
TC posted a story of Fonte and him at Motspur earlier today. Won't be featuring tonight by the looks of it.

Offline Statto

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Re: Tomorrow night
« Reply #17 on: September 13, 2017, 03:15:18 PM »
TC posted a story of Fonte and him at Motspur earlier today. Won't be featuring tonight by the looks of it.

I was treating that as positive... it shows them both out on the pitch in their training gear at least ???

Edit:
He's also just posted an old picture of him on the training ground with an hourglass and praying hands... make of that what you will... praying to be back in full training soon was my interpretation
« Last Edit: September 13, 2017, 03:33:20 PM by Statto »


Offline The Rock

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Re: Tomorrow night
« Reply #18 on: September 13, 2017, 04:25:28 PM »
A defeat tonight could start rumours buzzing again. A draw would mean still no win at home. In that period where we could do with a good performance and result. As for them being a bit of a bogey side. I never believe those sort of things. Unless we lose than I will make it a prime argument in my excuse why we are struggling for results at home.

Except when it comes to Everton.

Either way - we've played 6 and 4 of them have been against teams in the Top 6 and the 2 others against promotion contenders. It is a marathon not a sprint, but if we are going to challenge for promotion things need to start to click. We draw or lose tonight and we are closer to bottom than top. Now is the time we need to find our stride as we knew the open 5-6 fixtures were going to be a challenge.

Offline grandad

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Re: Tomorrow night
« Reply #19 on: September 13, 2017, 05:16:18 PM »
I threw my rabbits foot away years ago when I realised that Fulham FC will never win a Cocanut. Although legend has it that a Ball Boy from the club did win a Golffish at a Fair Ground back in 1879. 
Since that realisation. I did replace the Rabbits Foot with a Grizzly Bears Claw I found in my Hamburger at one of the mobile food outlets you may come across on your way to a match.
Anyway gladly I am not superstitious and I leave the dancing round a Totem Pole, avoiding black cats,  and also avoiding lines on pavements  to others who are further down the evolutionary ladder.
Although apparently there is a full moon tonight, and Fulham FC always win when there is a full moon.
Plus the planets Mercury and Jupiter are moving into Uranus, which is always a promising sign.
So I shall just keep my fingers crossed and avoid walking under ladders and say a little pray whilst standing on one leg, before proceeding to the match.

lol.

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Re: Tomorrow night
« Reply #20 on: September 13, 2017, 05:28:35 PM »
It's gonna be a tough game. We'll need to defend well and avoid conceding before half time, as they're good going forward. Think we'll need to be patient.


Online Woolly Mammoth

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Re: Tomorrow night
« Reply #21 on: September 13, 2017, 05:49:39 PM »
I threw my rabbits foot away years ago when I realised that Fulham FC will never win a Cocanut. Although legend has it that a Ball Boy from the club did win a Golffish at a Fair Ground back in 1879. 
Since that realisation. I did replace the Rabbits Foot with a Grizzly Bears Claw I found in my Hamburger at one of the mobile food outlets you may come across on your way to a match.
Anyway gladly I am not superstitious and I leave the dancing round a Totem Pole, avoiding black cats,  and also avoiding lines on pavements  to others who are further down the evolutionary ladder.
Although apparently there is a full moon tonight, and Fulham FC always win when there is a full moon.
Plus the planets Mercury and Jupiter are moving into Uranus, which is always a promising sign.
So I shall just keep my fingers crossed and avoid walking under ladders and say a little pray whilst standing on one leg, before proceeding to the match.

lol.

Mince. The last time I opened the Fulham FC Trophy Cabinet, a survivor of the Crimea War fell out.

Who has nicked the Inter Toto Cup?

The bloke from the Crimea had it under his arm, as he disappeared into the sunset mumbling something about melting the Trophy down, and flogging it for the current price for Silver.
« Last Edit: September 13, 2017, 05:52:06 PM by Woolly Mammoth »
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Offline Mo

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Re: Tomorrow night
« Reply #22 on: September 13, 2017, 06:16:54 PM »
Interestingly this was the team when we played Hull at home in Jan 16-
Fulham line-up: Lonergan, Richards, Burn, Ream, Garbutt, Kacaniklic, Parker, O’Hara, Christensen, Cairney, Dembele.

I'll take today,s team any day I reckon 6 of those would not get in our starting 11 now .
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