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January 30, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 01/30/2011

It has been a long time coming. The Whites biggest ever win over Spurs sees Fulham breeze into the 5th round of the FA Cup on a day to remember at the Cottage

January 29, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 01/29/2011

Expectations are high ahead of the 4th round Cup clash with Spurs this Sunday, This will be our 8th attempt to down Tottenham in the FA Cup, we've won none of the previous seven.
January 28, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 01/28/2011

'King' Kenny gave his honest assessment on the final whistle. "Fulham probably deserved something from the game. They did a good job on us."

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That Anfield hoodoo will have to live on for another year. We're well used to Fulham losing on the road, because let's face it, we do it so often, but defeat in such a manner does hurt.
January 26, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 01/26/2011
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Is there ever a good time to be going to Anfield? Our record over the decades suggests not. Both sides were struggling badly when the big freeze hit a month ago. Where do we stand now?

January 25, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 01/25/2011

Surveying the official club web-site on the couch and playing some old vinyl while slipping into slacker mode when 'Reasons to be Cheerful' hit the speakers. Time to lighten up this blog.

January 24, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 01/24/2011

Deuce at the double leads from the front as vibrant Fulham turn in a commanding performance against Stoke

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It's been a difficult few months following Fulham. Realistically, none of us had any right to expect another memorable season like the last. For a club that's yet to land a single top domestic honour in its 132 year history, those epic encounters in the Europa League last winter might have to last us a lifetime, tales for the retelling to as yet unborn grandchildren.

January 21, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 01/21/2011

Our second meeting with Stoke inside a month could be spicy. Bairdinho's brace out of the blue left Pulis fuming as we finally nailed that away win. Beware the wounded beast.

January 16, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 01/16/2011

Wigan jinx remains after our 5th successive draw at the DW Stadium. Hopes of a 2nd away win evaporate, a late effort from Andy Johnson needed to rescue a point.

January 14, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 01/14/2011

Whenever interviewed over the course of Fulham's progress in Europe last winter the boss always maintained avoiding relegation was the club's paramount aim each season.

January 11, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 01/11/2011

Eleven days in and that sinister cloaked figure of the night, the Transfer Window, stalks the unwary, the innocent and the vulnerable, knife at the ready, but yet to strike in earnest.

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January 9, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 01/09/2011
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A fine all-round performance ensures there's no Cup shock against plucky Posh. Another home draw sets up a mouth-watering clash with Spurs in Round 4.
January 7, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 01/07/2011

Having sensed a new mood of optimism at Craven Cottage this week, exclusive news of the Fulham team sheet from February

January 5, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 01/05/2011

An injury ravaged West Brom are overwhelmed as the Whites soar out of the bottom three after their best win of the season.

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No happy hunting ground Craven Cottage for the boys from the Black Country, and so it proved as Hughes at last found some relief at home and gave us all reason to smile. Fulham came into the game without notching a home win since the end of October, the Baggies had lost four straight and were in freefall.

January 4, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 01/04/2011
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Our goalscorers from the Feb 2009 win to remind you how that feels

The last of the four holiday fixtures brings us full circle. As with West Ham, beating the Baggies is vital for Fulham's chances of beating the drop.

January 2, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 01/02/2011

Fulham's holiday programme sees the boys back at the Cottage for their 4th game in 10 days. Nothing but a win against promoted West Brom will do.

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