Now that we've all hopefully had time to view last season's DVD highlights, what was your favourite goal of our long campaign and why? Feel free to describe your all time favourite Fulham goal as well.
Isn't it obvious? Clint Dempsey against Juventus. There were some outstanding goals such as Dempsey against Stoke, Zamora against Shahktar and Gera against Man City but because of the standard of the goal and the situation Fulham were in, it has to be Dempsey against Juve.
Posted by Blog Central on 07/22/2010
I fully expected the winner against Juve to figure highly and I never tire of seeing that sublime chip under pressure float into the top corner from Clint. But for speed of thought and great link up play in carving out the chance I actually prefer Gera's first the same night. In many ways it was a strike that really set the game alight in changing the course of events.
Posted by Zack on 07/22/2010
Demps killer against Juve! No doubts! It charged the entire side. Best goal of the year.
Posted by David Sinclair on 07/22/2010
Clint vs. Juve hands down. Not only did it cap off a spectacular comeback, but it showed the Clint-haters what the Clint-lovers love about him as a player. It also fulfilled the promise of "stand up if you still believe" which is nothing short of a miracle.
Posted by Mark Huddleston on 07/23/2010
When creating history, there are few moments that reach the level of "where were you when that happened". All Fulham fans know exactly where they were, who they were with, and how they reacted when Dempsey chipped the Cottagers through against Juve. Bobby's strike with Shakhtar was also brilliant, but not quite on the same level. COYW!
Posted by Brandon on 09/20/2010
Deuce v Juve.
Posted by Matthew Seligman on 09/25/2011
Murphy's header v Porstmouth, from Bullard7's free. Changed the course of history.
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