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  1. Left back a point of concern for Costa Rica

    Matt Levin

    Costa Rica captain Bryan Ruiz romanticized the team's training camp last week. He talked about how pretty it was to be there, with all his teammates, preparing to shock the world in Brazil. On Friday morning, at last, Ruiz and his Tico brethren proud...

    Blog | May 19, 2014
  2. Life after Fulham and beyond

    Phil Mison

    It all started on July 18th 2010 with a strap line that read, "Where next for the Europa League runners up?" Retrieve those old ESPNSoccernet Fulham pages from the web and you will find both the newly appointed site blogger and our posters bubbli...

    Blog | May 15, 2014
  3. Costa Rica have the playmakers to cause chaos

    Matt Levin

    Costa Rica landed in a brutal draw. From a historical standpoint, it couldn't get any worse. The Ticos will be participating in their fourth World Cup, while their three opponents have combined for seven World Cup titles. But Uruguay's last win c...

    Blog | May 12, 2014
  4. Weekend six-pointers to favour Whites

    Phil Mison

    Apart from the wild weather on both sides of the Atlantic, it has been a quiet week. In a slow news period following the hurly burly of the crowded games around Christmas, all we've had to reflect on is the parlous state of affairs at West Ham and wh...

    Blog | January 10, 2014
  5. 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
  6. Three strikes and out

    Phil Mison

    With less than a quarter of the match played Saturday it was game over at the Cottage. Fulham were not coming back from three down to United, as for the second week running, a referee might have stepped in to stop the contest and save the Whites furt...

    Blog | November 03, 2013
  7. Taarabt takes easy route to stay in the top flight

    Sean Smith

    He allegedly took the bus home when subbed at half-time from Craven Cottage in QPR's first season in the Premier League. So Adel Taarabt will at least know how to get home from his new workplace* if his car ever breaks down, as Fulham look set to ...

    Blog | August 06, 2013
  8. FFC stuck on start grid

    Phil Mison

    Another week slips by as we edge closer to the big kick-off, and still the Fulham faithful are left craving positive news. Perhaps a blitz on the transfer market the minute Martin Jol stepped off the plane back from Central America was a fanciful not...

    Blog | July 28, 2013
  9. Apertura 2013: For Atlas, it's more of the same

    Ciro Procuna

    "If Atlas doesn't change, it is in danger of losing its way," commented Eugenio Ruiz Orozco, team President. He could not have been more blunt... or more accurate. Atlas once again is going through critical times because of its awful management and l...

    Blog | July 16, 2013
  10. Misery on Merseyside

    Phil Mison

    Entirely predictable. Everton full value for their 1-0 win Saturday. Nothing positive whatsoever to be taken from yet another spluttering, limp away performance by a wheezing, broken unit that is so clearly dysfunctional it seems bordering on madness...

    Blog | April 28, 2013
  11. Snapping the Goodison jinx

    Phil Mison

    It's just a patch of grass in a decaying inner-city district of Liverpool brick and litter. The Goodison Park architecture itself is not that dissimilar from Fulham's own Stevenage Road ground. The dimensions of the pitch are the same, and both teams...

    Blog | April 26, 2013
  12. Whites trampled underfoot

    Phil Mison

    High-riding Chelsea rode across the borough bringing all their big guns, only to find Fulham armed with pea shooters. It was a dominant display by the Blues, who could have won by a bigger margin. Martin Jol was fooling nobody when he said the 0-3 re...

    Blog | April 18, 2013
  13. Edging to safety

    Phil Mison

    Our second away trip of the week for Fulham fans, with expectations for all three points about as low as they were for the trip to Newcastle. The reason, Villa Park is another of those bogey grounds for the Whites where we simply never win. No matter...

    Blog | April 12, 2013
  14. Fulham do the right thing

    Phil Mison

    Spike Lee would have been proud of us. Perennial underdogs and makeweight fodder in the exalted Kingdom of the Premier League, modest little Fulham's finely-tuned business model and calm stewardship from the Chairman down did for the over-excitable H...

    Blog | April 02, 2013
  15. Rumble by the River Thames

    Phil Mison

    Red-blooded rivalry sees Fulham and QPR face off Monday night with sole ownership of the Premier League stage. The game (on ESPN Deportes and ESPN3/WatchESPN) is full of delicious connotations -- enough to satisfy supporters of both clubs plus the at...

    Blog | March 31, 2013
  16. FIFA denies Costa Rica protest calling for U.S. replay

    ESPN.com news services

    FIFA on Tuesday denied a bid from the Costa Rica soccer federation, which requested a World Cup qualifier against the United States be replayed after losing 1-0 in a snowstorm.

    Story | Conversation | March 26, 2013