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Hodgson Blown Away By United

Hodgson Blown Away By United

Roy Hodgson joined the long list of managers, players and journalists who heaped praise on United this season. The Fulham manager saw his side getting a drubbing on their own ground on Saturday and tipped United for great glory.

'They are as good as any team I've seen. Technically they are very, very good. Ours is a very difficult pitch yet the quality of their technique was quite fantastic, and their movement is very, very good.'

Hogdson also added that it's almost impossible to turn the game around once United go a goal up. As only one team (you know who) have managed to win after going behind against us, this assessment can be considered reasonable.

However, I'm getting a bit cautious with all this praise. Hope it does not set us up for a big fall though if we win the league I'll be more than happy with how the season went - and that looks more than likely.



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Writer:Zae
Date:Monday March 9 2009
Time: 11:50AM

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Well....not to be arrogant or anything, but nothing we haven't heard before....
ForeverUnited
09/03/2009 18:31:00
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Well....not to be arrogant or anything, but nothing we haven't heard before....
ForeverUnited
09/03/2009 18:31:00
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I thoght Fulham played ok but Utd were different class.
denno4
10/03/2009 13:55:00
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I thoght Fulham played ok but Utd were different class.
denno4
10/03/2009 13:55:00
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