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Fulham
February 25, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 02/25/2012

Not quite 'super' enough from their current league position, but nobody's predicting another stroll in the park as Fulham and Rangers play a high stakes game.

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February 21, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 02/21/2012

Well they all do over the course of 38 matches I guess, but a win on Saturday at QPR would have a stellar effect on Jol's popularity and go a long way to wiping out more than a few awful away days to date.

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February 18, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 02/18/2012

Living in the digital age. Social media shrinks the global village, boundaries blur, barriers break down and major international events play out before our eyes. Are we any better off for it all?

February 14, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 02/14/2012

The craggy sage of Govan, Sir Alex Ferguson no less, reminds the media every season after the Reds drop a couple of home points, 'it's a marathon not a sprint.'

February 11, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 02/11/2012

A week can be a long time in football as in politics. The media quickly lost interest in Fulham after we made all the running on transfer deadline day.

February 10, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 02/10/2012

The presses hummed, corks popped and tabloid editors beamed after a bumper week for the fourth estate. Forget that tiresome Leveson panel, this was the good old days revisited

February 4, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 02/04/2012

Taking on the leaders after a turbulent week will be a real test of character. Only one defeat on our last eight trips to Citeh though, just don't mention our away form to date.

February 1, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 02/01/2012

A singularly underwhelming transfer window ends with a bombshell for the fans. The ramifications demand a real test of faith for the remainder of this turbulent season