Podcast

Podcast: It’s A Knockaert!

Two wonder strikes from Anthony Knockaert and Harry Arter meant that Fulham won an FA Cup game for the first time in nearly three years, beating our old Playoff final friends Aston Villa in the 'Doing A Fulham' Derby.
6th January 2020

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Five Thoughts: Fulham 2-1 Aston Villa

The blissful magic of the FA Cup. It's been a long time. Last season, Fulham were outplayed by a struggling Oldham Athletic without a manager but this year against a teetering Aston Villa, directed by former Brentford boss Dean Smith (double points), the Whites progressed to the 4th round of the planet's oldest club competition. Is, is that Wembley in the distance?
5th January 2020

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Five Thoughts: Fulham 1-2 Reading

Another avoidable bump in the road, smashed head on by Scott Parker's incompatible Fulham banter bus. Nursing a ranging hangover from the wholehearted celebrations the night before, trust it to be Fulham that bring you back down to earth with a bucket of cold water and a hefty slap in the gob. Also, Mark Bowen is a top notch prat, just saying.
2nd January 2020

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Scott Parker: Time’s Up?

Nik MacNee states the case that it’s time for Fulham to find a new manager capable of reviving Fulham.
2nd January 2020

Podcast

Podcast: Reading Our Weaknesses

Quick podcast today, looking back at the defeat on New Year's Day to Reading at home, as many of Fulham's flaws came to the fore once more. How can we sort our shambolic defending? How are so many teams working out how to stifle us at home?
2nd January 2020

Podcast

Podcast: Bobby Decade-Over Reid

The final Fulhamish podcast of 2019, and fortunately we have a winning performance to discuss. George, Farrell and Dom look back at Sunday's narrow win over Stoke, that returned FFC to winning ways following the scraped draw at Luton.
30th December 2019

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Five Thoughts: Fulham 1-0 Stoke City

As 2019 comes to an end with a new dawn in 2020 on the horizon, Scott Parker's Fulham bid farewell to a tremendous decade of success and heartache with 3 hard-earned points against Michael O'Neill's Stoke City. Entranced by Sunday evening's stunning sunset, all within Craven Cottage reminisced of what was and what could have been over an eventful 10-year span which has quite literally had it all in abundance.
30th December 2019