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August 27, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 08/27/2012

Three games in a week just to keep the boys sharp. And opposition coming from football's broad spectrum. So how will the Whites end the week?

August 24, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 08/24/2012

Just like watching Brazil...but we're not talking about the team in the yellow shirts. The return of those black shorts meant the kharma and the Whites were back on song at the Cottage.

August 18, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 08/18/2012

It's been a vibrant sporting summer in London but now the Olympians have left the stage let's celebrate the return of the national game. Time to rekindle our love affair with Fulham FC and reconnect with our ever-growing army of international fans. Are you ready to rumble?

August 13, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 08/13/2012

Not a wholesale revamp of the Fulham squad, rather an in-house revolution as to how we bring you all that's great about following the mighty Whites

August 11, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 08/11/2012

One week to go before the curtain rises on another Premier League season. Will Fulham be raising the roof at Craven Cottage? Hopefully not, it's only just been put on.

August 9, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 08/09/2012

While your correspondent remains wedded to the beach culture that is the South of France in August, and the temperature remains a balmy 30 degrees C. yes, I know the clock is counting down. So here it is, your first update of the NEW season.

May 16, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 05/16/2012
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Value for money from following Fulham? You bet! Quite some season to reflect upon, running from June right through to last Sunday. Dunno about the players, but I'm done.
May 12, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 05/12/2012

Where once again we won nothing. Except an enormous amount of respect, praise, positive headlines, stability, new followers, momentum and great memories. I'll take it.




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May 8, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 05/08/2012
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And if all things must pass, even a pyramid won't last. A lyric from a hugely under-rated act of the 80s for you to work out. Fulham Football Club is a force for change and progress. We should not fear it.
April 30, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 04/30/2012

Need a manager for the national team? Call Fulham. We've supplied two in the modern era. And indeed three if you go further back to include Sir Bobby Robson.




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