Dawson Out Of Fulham Clash

Dawson v Lennon
By Gavin
February 25 2009

Hull will be without there regular left back Andy Dawson after he picked up a fith yellow card after a first half challenge on Arron Lennon this week. The one match ban will come into force after the Blackburn game on sunday.

This is just another bit of news we can do without after recent news that record signing bullard is out for the season. The problems just seem to be mounting for us at the moment and Fulham is not the easy place to go and get a result that it once was for many teams. Lets hope things start to turn for the better before to long or i fear the worsefor our survival in the top flight.

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Dawson Out Of Fulham Clash
Posted by: Tigers Tales (IP Logged)
Date: 25/02/2009 12:24

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Re: Dawson Out Of Fulham Clash
Posted by: Eye Of The Tiger (IP Logged)
Date: 25/02/2009 12:28

was going to post this later today

thanks FC thumbs down

working on a new feature called a chat with the opposition fan.

its all around the sport network so I'm going to introduce it to our board.

spent most of the morning on a (best not mention the team as FC hates them) board . lol


risn' up to the challenge of our rival

Re: Dawson Out Of Fulham Clash
Posted by: guest (IP Logged)
Date: 25/02/2009 12:49

arh that be bburn @#$%& then,,lol

i await with baited breath

Re: Dawson Out Of Fulham Clash
Posted by: guest (IP Logged)
Date: 25/02/2009 12:59

leeds,,l,pool,,welsh sides,,b,pool..lol

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