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April 30, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 04/30/2011

Calmest man in the Fulham camp at the Stadium of Light was our manager. But as 3-0 away wins for FFC come along as often as Haley's comet, 'scuse me if I make some noise!

April 29, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 04/29/2011

London is gridlocked, military bands march and all the little children seem to have a flag as church bells ring out across the land. Can this really all be for our 2nd away win of the season coming up at Sunderland?

April 28, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 04/28/2011

Wow! The scribes had run out of hyperbole by Wednesday praising United's demolition of Schalke, then with everyone fixated on events at the Bernabeu, up stepped Fulham with the performance of the week.

April 27, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 04/27/2011

This is where we came in...With four weeks of the season left we finally get to play the return of our opening day fixture at Bolton. A win on home soil will cement our Prem status for another year.

April 24, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 04/24/2011

But when you're playing the bottom club..? Hopes dashed again for an awayday knees up to put us in the party mood...and it wasn't fun to watch.

April 22, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 04/22/2011

We've been kicking our heels for two weeks watching the relegation candidates battle for scraps. Can we keep the Wolf from the door as we start a run of three games in 8 days?

April 11, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 04/11/2011

Legendary American illusionist David Copperfield, alerted by Mohammed al-Fayed's 'close relationship' with the late Michael Jackson, seeks Fulham's help to revitalise his career

April 8, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 04/08/2011

Our sternest test of the season awaits away to the Champions-elect. Nothing will stop the Reds claiming another title, but can the Whites get something from our day at Old Trafford?

April 4, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 04/04/2011

Super Sunday at the Cottage sees Fulham comfortably skin the Tangerines, with Bobby leading from the front. Suddenly we're up to 10th in the table on a day to savour.

© Associated Press
April 1, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 04/01/2011
© Getty Images
Ian Holloway's mavericks ride into town Sunday for a game that's impossible to predict. Maximum respect must be given the Premiership newboys as we enter the final stretch.