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November 30, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 11/30/2011

Fulham get their ultra busy December schedule underway with a trip to Holland. The top two clash in Group K, but having already qualified, how motivated will Twente be?

With Liverpool, United and Chelsea all looming in the fixture list, the Whites may be forgiven for downgrading the importance of Thursday night's Europa clash at Twente Enschede. Fulham can probably afford to drop points here but still qualify by beating Odense at the Cottage in our last group game on the 14th. That game incidentally comes ahead of two home fixtures in four days - lowly Bolton and then Fergie's faltering champions - yes, United may be playing catch up to arch rivals Citeh, but any game against the Old Trafford all stars remains daunting.

November 27, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 11/27/2011

Leading at the Emirates up to the 81st minute we gave the Gunners an almighty scare. Pity it was only a point, but Fulham found a way to stifle the hosts and fully deserved to draw.

November 25, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 11/25/2011

The bald facts tell you Fulham never win away to Arsenal. Twenty-five attempts down the years, three draws and twenty-two losses. The bookies have Arsenal 9/4 on to maintain the winless streak this weekend.

November 20, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 11/20/2011

It was underwhelming to say the least. For our sixth away game of a frustrating season the Whites were yet again second best, and this against a very modest Sunderland outfit.


November 18, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 11/18/2011

Seems like a lifetime ago, but two weeks after battering Spurs and coming away with nowt to show for it, it really is time for Martin Jol's revolution to start building momentum

November 16, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 11/16/2011

We've asked a guest contributor to cast his eye over the international scene in relation to how some Fulham personalities fared. Peering through the fog for a sight of Clint Dempsey was Washington freelancer and Fulham nut Nathan Savin Scott

November 8, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 11/08/2011

Our dismal record in London derbies continues with yet another loss to Spurs. But what a gutsy show in making strong and in form opponents look second rate. It bodes well for the future.

November 5, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 11/05/2011

And how sweet it was. The ground rocked to another famous Europa night under the Craven Cottage lights. Four goals provide the coup de grace in supporting the old maxim, "Cheats never prosper."

November 3, 2011
Posted by Phil Mison on 11/03/2011

Far from being just another routine Europa night against opponents we know little about, a certain Oscar Nunez elevates this tie to a whole new level