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April 30, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 04/30/2012

Need a manager for the national team? Call Fulham. We've supplied two in the modern era. And indeed three if you go further back to include Sir Bobby Robson.




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April 27, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 04/27/2012

Something Fulham rarely do. Seeing the two Spanish giants fall at the final hurdle in this week's Champions League semi-finals heats up an old debate

April 24, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 04/24/2012

A ninth home win of the season came as we called it, the Whites still showing plenty of desire despite the long campaign, yet again putting the jinx on Wigan.

April 21, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 04/21/2012

The propensity for worry seems genetically stamped into the DNA of Fulham fans. What appeared to be a nailed on home win against Wigan a month ago now appears anything but.

April 17, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 04/17/2012

Stalin believed in them. Football clubs too often talk about their own 'five year plan.' We hear plenty about them on launch. Rarely any real assessment as to their worth at journey's end.

April 10, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 04/10/2012

More than a match for the Champions League semi-finalists, only the rub of the green denies Fulham a rare win over our neighbours from the Bridge.

April 8, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 04/08/2012

Finally Fulham played to their potential on the road, delivering the perfect advert for Jol's total football mantra. Bolton were battered and lucky not to concede more than three

April 4, 2012
Posted by Phil Mison on 04/04/2012

Bolton next up before we do battle with the Blues on Easter Monday. Six more points for the Whites or nowt? Fulham at present are quite impossible to predict.