"Football is the most important of the least important things in life" said Arrigo Sacchi. It's only natural then, that despite everything going on around us, we're desperate to watch our beloved ballgame again, and especially those in the
Twitter is a reliable source of entertainment on the day after a Fulham game. However, Twitter, and other social media channels, have changed football; how we watch it and who we watch it with - writes Marco De Novellis
Here at Fulhamish, like the rest of you we imagine, we're suffering real football withdrawal symptoms. Whilst the novelty of the situation was fun for a couple of days, we're spending now-free Saturdays wishing that we were standing in a cold and windy Hammy end, cheering a Knockaert/Kebano sub, egging on an irate Harry Arter or berating another wayward cross from our fullbacks.
With Fulham’s final nine games of this captivating Championship season thrown into limbo, Rhys Daly takes a look at how the current campaign compares to the White’s previous four outings in the Second tier of English football.