Author Topic: Some are getting carried away - this is the Championship - we are not invincible  (Read 6040 times)

Offline 3 Cherries

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Sorry to state the obvious

We still have to meet the likes of WBA, QPR and Bournemouth!

Offline Sgt Fulham

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You're correct. However, I would be much more worried about facing us as fans of those teams, than I am about facing them. Lets hope we can keep up the form we have shown so far.

Offline rebel

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Sorry to state the obvious

We still have to meet the likes of WBA, QPR and Bournemouth!

Yes a scary thought when Marco is clearly going for the 'Triple' this season.


Offline mrmicawbers

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Do we as Fulham fans ever get carried away?What is noticeable this year is people who support other clubs telling mere are going to piss it.

Offline 3 Cherries

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You're correct. However, I would be much more worried about facing us as fans of those teams, than I am about facing them. Lets hope we can keep up the form we have shown so far.

I agree but would hate to think we ever became as arrogant as Arsenal fans...
« Last Edit: September 01, 2021, 07:23:01 AM by 3 Cherries »

Offline clarkey

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It's not the end result that we need to feel most proud of.It is the way we are set up and the way we are playing.

Parker had no idea how to get the best out of the squad, he couldn't change a game and his subbing was awful. All of that is forgotten as Silva  sets us up correctly and encourages fast attacking football. That is the greatest thing now about watching our team. Enjoy it.


Offline Lyle from Hangeland

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Sorry to state the obvious

We still have to meet the likes of WBA, QPR and Bournemouth!

Ye of little faith. Also, currently we are invincible.

Offline blingo

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Sorry to state the obvious

We still have to meet the likes of WBA, QPR and Bournemouth!

We will beat all three.

Offline rebel

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Already teams are using 'foul' means to disrupt our play, so early in the season. That says a lot. We haven't faced Preston yet.


Offline SG

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It's not the end result that we need to feel most proud of.It is the way we are set up and the way we are playing.

Parker had no idea how to get the best out of the squad, he couldn't change a game and his subbing was awful. All of that is forgotten as Silva  sets us up correctly and encourages fast attacking football. That is the greatest thing now about watching our team. Enjoy it.

Exactly the point. We are a joy to watch again. My enthusiasm and positivity for my club has been rejuvenated again. Long may it last

Offline toshes mate

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I am sure most in professional sport know that true character most often appears in adversity.  Thus far injuries/suspensions have been met head on with good spirit and great character on the playing surface.  There is enjoyment at work and joined up thinking.   Long may it continue in this vein because it has been sorely missed for far too long.
 

Offline paulbrookersmazydribbles

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Nobody is invincible, for sure. I think I'm just enjoying seeing a Fulham team take the game to the opposition. We are quite useful - and the new additions should help.


Offline The Rational Fan

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Sorry to state the obvious. We still have to meet the likes of WBA, QPR and Bournemouth!

So what. There are 120 points available, even if we don't get any points against WBA, QPR, and Bournemouth.

Offline Woolly Mammoth

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The first 90 minutes + are the most important, in the same way the first 46 League matches are the most important.

Offline MartyFFC

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Can’t say I’m shaking in my boots at the prospect of facing QPR. Bournemouth will be tough to beat and will no doubt dominate possession in their own 18-yard area, but I really think the only team that can live with us will be WBA. Given there are 2 automatic promotion slots up for grabs, I’m certainly quite comfortable with that


Offline fulhamfever

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With the funds, squad and momentum we have. It's our position 1st place to lose.

Offline ZM15

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With the funds, squad and momentum we have. It's our position 1st place to lose.

We definitely should end up first, only we probably will drop points and end up losing a game or two or more. 

Offline The Rational Fan

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The first 90 minutes + are the most important, in the same way the first 46 League matches are the most important.

Fulham had 32 points after the "first 90 minutes" last season, let's play "90 minutes plus stoppage time" this season.


Offline Steven Ageroad

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During the season we’ll probably lose to someone like Blackpool!

Offline Max Headroom

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I started supporting Fulham because of the style of play. Parker made going to games a chore and frankly not enjoyable.

I’m happier about the style of play than all the wins as I want to go to games again. I’m not complaining about the points, the fact Mitro has scored as many goals in August as he did last season or the fact we have scored two thirds of the home goals as we did last season in three games