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Podcast: Fulham Palace Party

18th May 2023

This Saturday, Fulham look to beat a club Premier League points record that has stood for 14 years. A win over Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace will be enough to do it, but are we underestimating the threat that the Eagles could pose us?

In this episode we preview the match and have the final word from Southampton, which leads to an existential chat about how long any team outside the top six can ever hope to stay in the Premier League before the looming spectre of relegation eventually sucks you in. That chat was slightly inspired by this article here, as referenced in the podcast.

In part two, Sammy speaks to Dan Morgan from James’ Place – a charity to save suicidal men in their darkest hours. As it’s Mental Health Awareness Week, they are looking to appeal to football fans in particular to recognise the potential symptoms of depression and take action before problems manifest. You can find out more about James’ Place here and in an emergency you should always call the Samiritans on 116123 or dial 999.

Finally, in part three, we answer some of your questions about the FST’s #AffordableFulham campaign, Carlos Vinicius’ effectiveness as a back-up striker and also we chat about Joe Bryan leaving Fulham this summer for Bristol City.

Hosted by Sammy James with guests Jack J Collins, and Drew Heatley.

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