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  1. A Fulham postmortem

    Phil Mison

    Relegation confirmed after 37 games and a hollow final fixture this Sunday with Crystal Palace that must conjure mixed emotions for the Fulham faithful. The curtain comes down on the Whites' 13-year run in the Premiership against another London side ...

    Blog | May 09, 2014
  2. No margin for error

    Phil Mison

    Tension will fill the West London air again Saturday afternoon as Fulham take on Hull City in their penultimate home game at Craven Cottage. Once the latest round of fixtures had all been completed the Whites found themselves back below Cardiff am...

    Blog | April 25, 2014
  3. Fulham's beating heart

    Phil Mison

    Doctors report little change in the patient's condition. London's oldest club remains on the critical list, and the next few days may be pivotal for chances of a full recovery. For their second game of three this week, Rene Meulensteen takes the ...

    Blog | January 28, 2014
  4. Bring me sunshine

    Phil Mison

    One would hardly classify London temperatures as tropical this week, but the sun has been shining from a clear blue sky and let's hope it lifts the mood on Saturday for our penultimate home game with Championship bound Reading. The Whites are badl...

    Blog | May 03, 2013
  5. Bring Out the Whites

    Phil Mison

    It's been a vibrant sporting summer in London but now the Olympians have left the stage let's celebrate the return of the national game. Time to rekindle our love affair with Fulham FC and reconnect with our ever-growing army of international fans. A...

    Blog | August 18, 2012
  6. Defeat with Honour

    Phil Mison

    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. We've had to take it on the chin for the second home game runni...

    Blog | November 08, 2011
  7. Total Football Fulham style

    Phil Mison

    It was a rout. The Whites dazzled like the unseasonal sunshine. At the seventh time of asking we break our duck, and picked the perfect game to turn it on. It was a big weekend in more ways than one. London had never experienced October weather like...

    Blog | October 04, 2011