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The Fulham FC Relegation thread

markwwfc1992

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Justice is finally being served, all be it 5 years too late. We're doing our part to send this tinpot excuse of a football club back to the non league, hopefully all your other clubs can play their part in putting nails to their coffin.
 

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Probably regret asking this, but what's wrong with Fulham?
 

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The Bobby Zamora leg brake back in 2010 or so. There was nothing wrong with the tackle itself, although Zamora fell awkwardly.

From that Fulham, and imparticular that little prick Danny Murphy had whipped up a sort of media hate filled campaign towards Wolves which had destroyed the image of the club. For all of our years in the Prem Wolves had been unfairly labled as a 'dirty club' so to speak, which began to destroy our season with examples such as referee's all too happy to book and send off or players for tackles that if another club made, nothing would become of it. It's an unjust tag we have had to bear for years and have only just seemed to have recently lost after our 2 relegations.

All of this had stemmed from their injury prone striker not being able to stay on his feet and hurting himself. I'll be the first to drink to the demise of this tinpot scummy little club back to the non league where it deserves to rot.
 

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To be fair you did have Karl Henry and he was and will always be a dirty twat.
 

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I agree he was, funny enough though we were higher in the fair play league in the Prem than the majority of other teams in the division. Karl Henry's reputation for a dirty player (and rightly so) came for the tackle on Jordi Gomez away to Wigan. The challenge which created the media shit storm on Bobby Zamora, he actually won the ball and was nothing wrong with the tackle.
 

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Pretty sure Leeds have been dealing with 'Dirty Leeds' for a fair bit longer
 

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They'll beat us on the last day of the season, no doubt about that.
 

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Can't argue against the Fulham bashing but blaming relegation on Danny Murphy and refs is ridiculous
 

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Too bad the current bottom three are too shit to catch them, it'd be lovely to see them go down. I'll settle for Wigan.
 

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Can't argue against the Fulham bashing but blaming relegation on Danny Murphy and refs is ridiculous

He said "began to destroy our reputation". You can argue that it didn't but he didn't say that he blamed our relegation on one tackle. It's ridiculous to say that he did.
 

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The Bobby Zamora leg brake back in 2010 or so. There was nothing wrong with the tackle itself, although Zamora fell awkwardly.

From that Fulham, and imparticular that little prick Danny Murphy had whipped up a sort of media hate filled campaign towards Wolves which had destroyed the image of the club. For all of our years in the Prem Wolves had been unfairly labled as a 'dirty club' so to speak, which began to destroy our season with examples such as referee's all too happy to book and send off or players for tackles that if another club made, nothing would become of it. It's an unjust tag we have had to bear for years and have only just seemed to have recently lost after our 2 relegations.

All of this had stemmed from their injury prone striker not being able to stay on his feet and hurting himself. I'll be the first to drink to the demise of this tinpot scummy little club back to the non league where it deserves to rot.

Wouldn't say it destroyed the image of your club.... I didn't even know any of this occurred, bar the leg break. But that's a distant memory.

Seems more like sour grapes between two teams (at best).

Cheer up!

Though, your Fulham relegation party might be a fad as we've gotta say goodbye to Matt Smith today. He's been an absolute beast, albeit in league one... Let's see if he gets in the Fulham team.

Not that is says much, but he pisses all over Maierhoffer (or however you spell it). He's better in goal :)
 

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Bees up, Fulham down!
Bees up, Fulham down!
Bees up
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Bees up, Fulham down!
 
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We're handing them the easiest three points they'll ever get today.
 

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I hope you'll roll over in the same fashion for us
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If you want Fulham to go down then you are no football connoisseur. Always a terrific visit to that part of the world.
 

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In my lifetime, we've played 84 football clubs at least twice. Of those, the only ones we've not beaten are Inter (L2) and Fulham (D4 L13). Losing to Inter twice is understandable. Fulham, however, are the devil. They should be expelled from the football league for practising such witchcraft.
 

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There's plenty of decent London away days for us, Charlton is a personal favourite.
 

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