Believe it or not, but Fulham are currently 10th in the table on goal difference. We’re also three points off 7th spot, occupied by Everton (who just lost their best striker).
That’s right, after this doozy of a roller coaster season, we’re in the top half of the table. Which is something we haven’t done/been in since Halloween. How did this happen? When did this happen?
Not only that, but we have the exact same amount of points as we did at this stage last year — and about now we basically chucked the season to focus on our European Rampage — and just two less than we did two years ago. The table from then is below:
Things can obviously change pretty soon. We go to Old Trafford next week. We still have trips to St. Andrews, Sunderland and Molineux; all while getting to play host to Arsenal and Liverpool.
But, still, is seventh spot conceivable? Here is our run out, compared to 2008-09’s:
In 2008-09, we ended up with 53 points. In all honesty, it was a bit easier then. So, assuming we’ll need to match at least that amount, where are/must the 15 or so points come from our final seven games?
Okay, who am I kidding. We should probably just revisit this next week and say “So…where are/must the 15 or so points come from our final
seven six games?”