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December 31, 2010
Posted by Phil Mison on 12/31/2010

Yes folks, it's that time of year when editors get frivolous and allow the hacks to spin out their highs and lows of 2010. We're no different.

December 29, 2010
Posted by Phil Mison on 12/29/2010
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Hughes hails a 'season-defining' moment as Fulham seal their first away win in 27 attempts, with Chris Baird the unlikeliest of heroes at the Britannia.

December 24, 2010
Posted by Phil Mison on 12/24/2010

The holiday season is here for the rest of us, but professional footballers face their busiest spell of the season. Train Christmas Day and an early night ahead of the Boxing Day games. Fulham's could not be bigger.

December 15, 2010
Posted by Phil Mison on 12/15/2010

Two managers bite the dust in the past 7 days, and neither saw it coming. Board rooms are getting twitchy. Two men who meet on Boxing Day may be next for the axe.

December 11, 2010
Posted by Phil Mison on 12/11/2010

The suffering continues down by the Thames as more ground is lost after another fruitless and frustrating performance from Fulham - just four points taken from the last 21.

December 10, 2010
Posted by Phil Mison on 12/10/2010

Fulham are paired with Wolves for the worst current run of form in the Prem. There's no magic formula to football, you just have to score more than the opposition

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December 9, 2010
Posted by Phil Mison on 12/09/2010

With Christmas around the corner and just two league wins to our credit all season, Saturday's home game with Sunderland could be the tipping point in our campaign. Which way will it go?

December 3, 2010
Posted by Phil Mison on 12/03/2010

What a week for football journalists. The media's been close to meltdown, starting with a record round of scoring last week in the Prem, El Clasico, the events of Zurich, now it's Arsenal.

December 2, 2010
Posted by Phil Mison on 12/02/2010

A combination of adverse weather, Fulham's recent poor run and the Christmas shopping season prompts a remarkable club letter to Arsene Wenger. Read it here.