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  1. Fulham U18s build on good news week

    Phil Mison

    We commanded Fulham to make history last Saturday at Villa Park and lo and behold at the 13th time of asking since our elevation to the top flight our boys finally came home with all three points. Never was a win more desperately needed on that parti...

    Blog | April 09, 2014
  2. Spirit of 2008 needed

    Phil Mison

    The Whites go to Aston Villa on Saturday with only a very tenuous grip now on the Premiership. My 30-odd years of football reporting tell me this Fulham side is down and out, but as a lifelong supporter we still have to pray for a miracle. It needs t...

    Blog | April 04, 2014
  3. Khan clears Fulham decks

    Phil Mison

    Has London's oldest football club ever experienced such a spell of volatility? Things have certainly been frantic at Fulham since Friday once owner Shad Khan revealed his ruthless streak. Business down in SW6 has traditionally been conducted at a tem...

    Blog | February 19, 2014
  4. Rene makes his point

    Phil Mison

    A quite extraordinary game of football on Sunday at the Theatre of Dreams saw bottom side Fulham lead the reigning champions of England heading into the final 10 minutes of the match. Then Manchester United, now pouring forward in waves, scored twice...

    Blog | February 10, 2014
  5. Future imperfect at Fulham

    Phil Mison

    Our headline should perhaps be read with a question mark, as the following is a stab in the dark piece of supposition as to how the future landscape of football in West London might look five years hence. For now, rankings in the catchment area of We...

    Blog | February 07, 2014
  6. Only a solid January transfer window can save hapless Fulham

    Phil Mison

    Once again, Fulham are walloped at home by the bottom team in the division. As usual, our porous defence is found wanting as the goals-against column begins to take on frightening proportions. A massive opportunity has been passed up to climb abo...

    Blog | January 12, 2014
  7. Tigers feast on feeble Fulham

    Phil Mison

    It was the Cottagers' most embarrassing 45 minutes in two decades of professional football across all four divisions. Ineptitude on a grand scale. So have the wheels come off already for new boss Rene Meulensteen after Fulham ship six at the KC Stadi...

    Blog | December 29, 2013
  8. Whites season starts here

    Phil Mison

    You don't need to be a football expert to determine Fulham's problems at present. Since Rene Meulensteen was handed the reins, the Whites have held parity with three far-superior teams going into the closing phase of all the defeats suffered since th...

    Blog | December 22, 2013
  9. Angst in the East

    Phil Mison

    Two teams where Premiership garments have turned threadbare and tension fills the air come face-to-face Saturday at Upton Park. In prospect an exhibition of football entertainment that should come with a health warning, West Ham and Fulham will lock ...

    Blog | November 29, 2013
  10. Think before speaking

    Phil Mison

    A winter weekend without a full fixture list is a sobering thing for all football fans. With Fulham idle there really are no excuses for not sweeping up all those dead leaves down at the bottom of the garden, fixing that loose cabinet or giving the m...

    Blog | November 17, 2013
  11. Howzat Mr Chairman?

    Phil Mison

    "Sexy football" was the promise when Martin Jol returned to these shores in 2011. Fans had sporadic glimpses of it in his first season with Clint Dempsey firing from the hip, but for much of the last 15 months watching the Whites has been like waitin...

    Blog | October 22, 2013
  12. Making waves

    Phil Mison

    Our wonderfully idiosyncratic football club is serving up a rich diet of issues for discussion presently, even if the on-pitch activity remains somewhat sepia-tinted. Conscious as any half-decent chronicler must be that continual strokes of the pe...

    Blog | September 19, 2013
  13. Big scalp hunting

    Phil Mison

    A sell out at the Cottage for our first home game of the new season - and a local derby to boot - guarantees a terrific atmosphere against one of the iconic clubs of English football. Arsenal boasts the proud record of never having been relegated on ...

    Blog | August 23, 2013
  14. Khan you believe it -- Fulham deal done

    Phil Mison

    In double quick time, too! Inside a week, ownership of Fulham Football Club has passed seamlessly from Mohamed al Fayed, chairman for the past 16 years, to Pakistani billionaire Shahid Khan. Unless you had some interest in following the NFL, what's t...

    Blog | July 12, 2013
  15. Football's golden fleece - the summer 'super league'

    Phil Mison

    Ancient tales of an Eldorado caused many an old buccaneer to run his ship up onto the rocks, while landlubbers hacked a furious and fruitless path through fetid jungles before falling victim to disease, native spears or madness. At 82 years of age...

    Blog | June 17, 2013
  16. Football's golden fleece - the summer 'super league'

    Phil Mison

    Ancient tales of an Eldorado caused many an old buccaneer to run his ship up onto the rocks, while landlubbers hacked a furious and fruitless path through fetid jungles before falling victim to disease, native spears or madness. At 82 years of age m...

    Blog | June 16, 2013