Gutless. A consecutive weekend blighted by a complacent, abject final ten minutes from Fulham. Three points, scuppered. Accumulators, sabotaged. A victory away from home against Garry Monk's Sheffield Wednesday, face down in the water after taking our foot off the gas once more.
Three northern away day matches at Sheffield Wednesday, Stoke and Middlesborough await Fulham in the upcoming months. Dom Betts is here to give you the lowdown on how to get there, and more importantly, where to drink.
It’s come round faster than we thought, but following the Charlton game at the Cottage on 5th October, Fulhamish will be recording its 200th episode, and we’d like to invite you all to join us to mark a landmark milestone for the pod.
It’s ten years since Fulham’s march to the Europa League final in the 2009/10 season, so we’ve decided to reminisce. Throughout the season we're recounting the incredible away trips that took Fulham fans from Lithuania to Germany (three times). Continuing our journey is Mike Pruce, who was present at CSKA Sofia, where our road to knockout stage qualification began.
HMS Piss The League once again failed to set sail on Saturday, as Fulham were held to a 1-1 draw by a West Brom game after Fulham failed to take their chances and a late Bettinelli error gifted WBA an equaliser.
Before the whistle, if you'd said to me that Fulham would draw 1-1 against Slaven Bilic's West Bromwich Albion, I would have taken it without question. From such a commanding position, though, our draw against the Baggies feels exactly like another damning defeat.