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Brown beginning to lose his war with the world

For a time last autumn, the place Phil Brown calls his "war-room" at Hull City's training ground looked like the inspired creation of an individual building on the benefits of a siege mentality. Yesterday, he sounded like a man under siege. Did he wish he did not wear quite so much heart on his sleeve? "No, no, far from it. It's just me," he replied. But he sounded close to tears. Being at war with the world has started to throw up its shortcomings for the self-styled commander in chief.

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Roy Hodgson insists he is surprised by Jimmy Bullard’s latest injury nightmare, but admits that the player’s fitness problems were a consideration in Fulham’s contract negotiations with the midfielder.

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