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March 30, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 03/30/2012

An unseasonal burst of early summer adds weight to the sense that Fulham's season can't end quickly enough. The boys still need to find one final effort




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March 25, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 03/25/2012

Playing at Old Trafford be it early in the season, mid-week, under lights or in the depths of winter usually results in one thing. Three points for the Reds. Can it be any different this year?

March 20, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 03/20/2012

Fulham were played off the park by Swansea no question. Nothing to quibble about in terms of the result or the new boys overwhelming superiority. But how to explain it?

March 17, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 03/17/2012

The Villains rained on our parade leaving fans subdued all week. Two potentially winnable and entertaining home games round out March however, first up it's the Swans, then the Canaries

March 14, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 03/14/2012

Widely hailed as 'Friendly Fulham,' exclusive news of fresh initiatives by the club to benefit the Premier League while cutting overheads and saving supporters money.

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March 10, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 03/10/2012

A personal look back on a week that offered up no shortage of material to underline football's global capacity to keep us all talking. The game remains the world's great soap opera - and it's for real.

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March 9, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 03/09/2012

Another week of feel good headlines for Fulham. Rising to the lofty heights of 8th however seems to have afflicted some with altitude sickness in the thin air.

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March 3, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 03/03/2012

A theatrical nod to Mel Brooks there in the title, but no drama please Sunday for the Whites as Wolves head to town battling the drop.