Etuhu: No FA Cup hangover as Fulham step up Premier League survival mission

09 March 2009 03:19
Dickson Etuhu says Fulham [LNB]are not worried about the prospect of facing Manchester United [LNB]again in a fortnight, despite having conceded seven goals against them in the past month. [LNB]The champions' 3-0 win in the Premier League was followed up by a  4-0 victory in the FA Cup quarter-final on Saturday and United are back at  Craven Cottage again on 21 March. [LNB] Fulham 0 Manchester United 4: Bid for five is alive at Old Trafford[LNB]FULHAM FC NEWS FROM ACROSS THE WEB[LNB][LNB]Fulham head into Wednesday's  home game against Blackburn [LNB]in a seemingly comfortable 10th place in the table but they are just seven points clear of the relegation zone. [LNB] Looks good: Dickson Etuhu has the best view in the house of Wayne Rooney's goal against Fulham [LNB] Etuhu says there will be no hangover from his side's Cup exit, nor  will there be any complacency against a Rovers team who are third from bottom. [LNB]Etuhu added: 'Everybody knows we're good enough to stay up but this is a tough League. We'll fight every game like it was our last. Some of the boys are hurting right now but we'll pick ourselves up and go again on Wednesday. [LNB]'We didn't think United would put out such a strong team but they showed us respect because of how good we are at home. We started off well but then we conceded a bad goal and then their confidence went up. [LNB]'But we're not going to let it get to us. The Cup is gone and we did really well getting to the quarter-finals. The most important thing for us now is to win our next two games against Blackburn and at Bolton[LNB].' [LNB]No  

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