Fulham 3-0 Man Utd Highlights

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  1. Adolf Lucifer says:

    Fa Q said: “y arent u man u supporters talking any more about faultering chelsea chelsea made easy work of fulham at the cottage y couldnt man u?” (sic)

    Well FaQ, we United supporters concentrate on our own team for a start; secondly – United made easy work of West Ham at the Boleyn Ground (4-0), Why couldn’t Chelsea? They could only squeeze a lucky draw out of that relegation fodder…

    I’d worry more about your own faltering team if I were you, ‘cos when United get over their defensive injuries they are going to roll right over Chel$ki to a 4th consecutive Premiership title!

  2. CHELSON says:

    tidak semestinya hero akan selalu menang………….but his game,man u not the hero….haha…

  3. CHELSON says:

    Thankz fulham….you are the hero…hahaha…man u,,…I like man u lose…thanks so much fulham…..tq.tq.tq…

  4. Adolf Lucifer says:

    United’s defensive injury list finally came home to roost at Craven Cottage, where Fulham, buoyed by midweek Europa success and the return of the likes of Danny Murphy (who ALWAYS scores against Utd!) were in just the form to take advantage.
    Mick McCarthy & Wolves may have just given up the points, but Roy Hodgson and Fulham are clearly made of sterner stuff.

    A shocking performance from Paul Scholes, who gave away the ball for the first goal – although Carrick did little to stop Murphy…
    United supporters have to feel sorry for Mad Paddy Evra, who captained the team from the start for the first time and looked all at sea as a wing-back, with MoM Duff continually using the space behind him.
    With United’s midfield enforcer playing in defence along with Carrick, the midfield lacked bite and Fulham were worthy winners.

    Let’s not get carried away with the Bobby Zamora hype though; despite getting one goal (against a defence of two midfielders and a youth fullback playing at centre back in Ritchie DeLaet) he was regularly robbed of the ball on the ground by Carrick and De Laet.
    He is in a patch of form, but I doubt that a player who hasn’t been able to hit a cow’s backside with a banjo for all of his previous Premiership career is suddenly the man to win the World Cup for England.

    A good win for Fulham, a bad loss for United, but with the Premiership in flux and all the top clubs – and Liverpool – losing many matches already this season, Man Utd’s chances are dependent of getting some of their 13 injured defenders back soon.

  5. azgugu says:

    alaaa relaks lahhh…hero selalu kalah dulu..jangan kalah terus sudah lerrr

  6. Xander says:

    Great victory by Fulham. Shut down united quite well. Good game!

  7. Fa Q says:

    y arent u man u supporters talking any more about faultering chelsea chelsea made easy work of fulham at the cottage y couldnt man u??????????