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West Bromwich Albion V Fulham, Oct 23
Appoljuce (Barcelona) 3 years ago
Come on Fulham, you are better than that!
DiggingDutch (Karlsruher SC) 3 years ago
West Bromwich Albion, way to go! Love it when an underdog kicks arses
RhOmEL (Everton) 3 years ago
Me too, but I think Fulham are still underdogs themselves
Matthewscott (Liverpool) 3 years ago
Lol west borm are awesome at the moment
Rukaariki (Chelsea) 3 years ago
Di Matteo is a very intelligent manager
And I would not find as a surprise to see
West Brom ending up in top 10, because they have
A good team, which has a good morale and have a very good fighting spirit
Lbcguy (Liverpool) 3 years ago
Can someone explain why gera doesn't get credit for the first goal. It looked like carson got a piece of it and then it hit the post. I always thought if the initial shot was on target, the person who shot it gets credit no matter what. Had the ball gone directly onto the post I could understand, it just seems harsh for both players
Guardiangel (Chelsea) 3 years ago
Can't say much better.... I'm with you in this one...
Prejsu (KKS Lech Poznan) 3 years ago
That definitely was not an own goal!
Stunna (Arsenal) 3 years ago
West Brom truly are a credit to the premier league, some brilliant football played there. Tough luck Fulham
Guardiangel (Chelsea) 3 years ago
I like fulham but they are not consistent enough to be in the top half of the table.... And west brom whut a performance.... Top 4.... .... Di matteooo great interview by him whut a legenndd...
Vmaestro (Real Madrid) 3 years ago
Good come back by West Brom and good merited win by them
Kokm1 (Chelsea) 3 years ago
Di Matissimo! I hope he gets europe...
ChelseaFrance (Chelsea) 3 years ago
Can't see the vid in France
Borg (Manchester United) 3 years ago
Lmao scott carson
Daniel85 (NK Dinamo Zagreb) 3 years ago
WBA plays good and atractive. Di Matteo seems to be an excellent manager and this time they will stay in the league



   
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