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Rudolph Hucker

And the moral of the story is...........

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.........if you keep the goals against down and/or hang on in there you have always got a chance.

Hopefully this will be the difference this season?

And we might also have a manager who doesn''t suffer from ''in-game decision paralysis.''

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Big difference in the style and pace of the football. Farke said we would be more controlled and we were. Fulham are a decent pacy side and we never let them have too many on target efforts.

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The big moment of the match was the one where Fulham hit a ball over the top which would have last season more than likely led to a goal, except we had a goalie today who was quick enough to get out and clear it. Good game from Gunn!

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[quote user="lake district canary"]The big moment of the match was the one where Fulham hit a ball over the top which would have last season more than likely led to a goal, except we had a goalie today who was quick enough to get out and clear it. Good game from Gunn!

[/quote] spot on

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The moral of the story was always get Wes on the pitch if we''re losing.

I watched on the Internet and the commentary was extraordinary. Apparently Fulham missed countless chances only to get caught by a sucker punch. Thought it was quite an even game. The centre halves looked excellent as did Gunn. Husband looked much better when we switched to a back 4.

A very promising start

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