A Look at Officials: What could Football learn from Hockey?

January 8, 2015

Tweet   This isn’t really anything to do with Fulham specifically but just shows my thoughts on issues surrounding refereeing in football. One aspect of football that the game could do without is the lack of respect towards the referees. Rarely can a match be complete without a player angrily arguing a decision that has […]

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Up next: Bournemouth (a)

December 26, 2014

Tweet Kit Symons’ quiet rejuvenation of what was a horribly dishevelled Fulham side faces its sternest test this afternoon with a festive trip to the Championship pace setters Bournemouth. The Cherries have been in quite scintillating form, surprising almost everybody with their free-scoring, attractive football to sit atop of the table ahead of many of […]

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The emergence of Lasse Vigen Christensen

December 23, 2014

Tweet Counting the bright spots in Fulham’s 2014 won’t take you too long during this festive season. They were conspicuous by their absence as the club’s thirteen year tenure in the top flight came to an end with a whimper, but the emergence of Lasse Vigen Christensen represents a real fillip as the most f0rgettable […]

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Promotion Push

December 5, 2014

Tweet It was difficult for even the most pessimistic of Fulham fans to believe the torrid start we had to this season. The constant squad re-shuffling along with a manager who just didn’t seem to get what was required in the Championship saw Fulham gain 1 point after eight games. We had become the laughing […]

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A Tale of Two Teams: The Jacksonville Jaguars Week in London

November 11, 2014

Tweet This past weekend saw the Jacksonville Jaguars roll into London for their annual road show and a game against the Dallas Cowboys at a packed Wembley Stadium. As a Fulham fan and one of the NFL in general, the events of the past week have provided insight into the on-going relationship between Shahid Khan’s […]

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Symons nominated for October Manager of the Month

November 6, 2014

Tweet For weeks the Fulham faithful have been crying out for Khan and his five man panel to stop playing around and give Kit Symons the permanent Fulham job. As an ex-Fulham player, as well as having several different roles in the club throughout the years, it was clear that he has the passion and […]

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Rodallega eases injury worries

October 25, 2014

Tweet Hugo Rodallega has eased any Fulham fears over the nature of his injury sustained in the closing stages of last night’s win over Charlton Athletic – by insisting he was temporarily afflicted by cramp. The Colombian striker was substituted just minutes after he settled the London derby with his second goal of the evening […]

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Parker says Symons is ‘right man for the job’

October 25, 2014

Tweet Fulham skipper Scott Parker insisted that caretaker manager Kit Symons was ‘the right man for the job’ after the Whites moved out of the Championship relegation zone with a 3-0 win over Charlton Athletic on Friday. Parker, who began his career with the Addicks, got Fulham off the perfect start by smashing home his […]

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Fulham will ‘assess’ Rodallega injury today

October 25, 2014

Tweet Fulham will assess Hugo Rodallega’s fitness this morning after the striker limped off in the closing stages of last night’s win over Charlton Athletic. The Colombian forward settled the London derby with a clinical brace but pulled up with an injury just a matter of minutes after scoring his second and was replaced by teenage […]

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Symons ‘very confident’ of clinching Fulham job

October 25, 2014

Tweet Kit Symons told the press he was ‘very confident’ of clinching the full-time manager’s job after watching his Fulham side move out of the bottom three with a comfortable win over Charlton Athletic at Craven Cottage tonight. Symons has now won five of his eight games in charge since he replaced Felix Magath on […]

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