Not really the return to SW6 that Djed Spence and Patrick Roberts were dreaming of, and that makes the victory all the sweeter. That's five wins in five from the weekend's early kick-offs and it's a damn long way for Middlesbrough's fan base to come for a 1-0 loss. Mock our home support when you barely get 10,000 at the Riverside? Guess you got what you deserved in the end. We never asked for clappers anyway.
Sound the alarm! Aleksandar Mitrovic's condition is still unknown, Joe Bryan is being linked to a host of tempting destinations and one of our own, Marcus Bettinelli, could be on the brink of an exit after plummeting down Scott Parker's pecking order.
Sometimes football is all about the glory, at other times it's about gritty 1-0 wins up north in January. Today's podcast looks back at exactly that, as the Whites came back from Humberside with three points in a low-quality match.
Can't really disregard the victory but that was dire. Winning ugly doesn't always make for great articles or overviews, so please bear with me through this. Fulham's travelling faithful began Saturday with a cautionary optimism, knowing that Hull City are a perilously unpredictable outfit, being both devastating and vulnerable, all at the same time. Sounds an awful lot like us, right?