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Interview With A Fulham Fan

Interview With A Fulham Fan

1) How is your season going so far?

Well, I think that we could be doing a bit better, but we have had a BIG problem with injuries. So I am pleased with they way that we are going, with the current squad.

2) Is Chris Coleman the right man to take Fulham forward?

Definitely. He was a Fulham player, and is totally devoted to the club. Ok, he has had a few ups and downs, but in the long run, I hope that he will get us up there with the big gun's.

3) Realistically, what should Fulham be achieving in the world of football?

With the players that we have got, I think that we should perhaps be going further in the cups and league. But as I said before, we have had a lot of injuries to important squad members over the last few years, and it has prevented us from having a decent cup run or decent league finish.

4) Has Mohamed Al-Fayed done all he can for Fulham?

We recently had a poll on vital Fulham asking the same question and 68 percent of Fulham fans voted to say, they were happy with what Al Fayed has done so far. So in answer to your question...Yes.

5) Who of your team should Villa fear on Saturday?

Wayne Routledge. He has terrific speed and crossing ability and could give your defenders a bit of a problem. Watch out for him.

6) Who in our team will Fulham fear?

Juan Pablo Angel!!! LOL. No, just joking. I think that Gareth Barry will be the one to look out for, for you Villans. Especially from about 30 yards.

7) What do you see the result being on Saturday?

I hate to say it, but I think that you will win 2-1. With Barry and Baros to score for you lot.

8) What is your opinion of Aston Villa and what do you make (if anything) of the takeover?

I think that you were very fortunate to get rid of Doug Ellis and I hope that your new owner will do as good a job for Villa as Al Fayed has done at Fulham.

9) What do you think about Martin O'Neill?

Only one word can describe him... Brilliant. He took Celtic to new heights and was amazing at Leicester, and now I think that he will take you into the UEFA Cup or the Champions League.


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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Thursday October 19 2006
Time: 12:10PM

Comments

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Nice to see some honesty from a football fan
TuBBz
19/10/2006 12:15:00
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I agree a Villa win is on the cards here methinks , good interview though !
dazednconfuzed
19/10/2006 12:18:00
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Agree with him about Routledge as well, looks a great prospect to me.
The Fear
19/10/2006 12:44:00
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http://www.fulham.vitalfootball.co.uk/article.asp?a=34164 My answers to Mr Fulham's questions.
The Fear
19/10/2006 12:46:00
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It'll be a close game me thinks, but I'll very definitely settle for a 2-1 win, although Fulham have the capabilities to stretch us. Hopefully another decent crowd too.
glensider
19/10/2006 20:16:00
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I have a lot of time for Chris Coleman, and believe that he'll become a successful top manager before too long, although he may have to leave Craven Cottage to really hit the heights.
glensider
29/03/2007 04:26:00
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