Ben Jarman

Ben Jarman

Fulhamish contributor on the airwaves and the web. Heads up the Stats Show. Has had work published by the Italian FA, Evening Standard and Fulham FC. Loves Spanish football.

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A Case For The Defence

Ben takes to the stand to explain why perceptions about our defence are starting to shift.
10th November 2020

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PPV? No, charity!

Ahead of the West Brom game, we are sharing the stories of a number of Fulham fans, and Fulham based organisations, who are raising money for charity as an alternative to the £14.95 PPV charges.
2nd November 2020

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In Profile: Terence Kongolo

There's a new defender in town. Tall, versatile and still young. Fulham have secured the services of Terence Kongolo until the end of the season.
16th October 2020

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In Profile: Joachim Andersen

Sign a centre-back we said, and sign a centre-back they did. A big one in fact, 6 foot 4 Joachim Andersen arrived from Lyon on deadline day and, quite frankly, made all of our girlfriends swoon over him. Although another dreaded loan, this is an exciting signing for Fulham who have secured a young player with a bright future ahead of him.
6th October 2020

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Tek Like Onomah – The Resurgence Of Josh

There was a time when the inclusion of Josh Onomah on the team-sheet bought figurative groans to Twitter, and anguish to Craven Cottage. But, eleven months on from his arrival the midfielders inclusion on the team-sheet is met with unanimous approval from all areas.
11th July 2020

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Fulhamish Face Masks

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed society. It's also exposed the shortcomings in our infrastructure, not least in our National Health Service. Thousands of front-line key workers have been exposed to the virus through a severe shortage of PPE (personal protective equipment).
17th May 2020

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Fractious Fulham Slowing Themselves Down

I remember reading through a passage in a book a few years ago that analysed the great Porto team that won the Champions League in 2004 under José Mourinho. That section of text opened my eyes to a new football. Well, a new phrase. The "transition". It was big, it was shiny and it was certainly new in the early years of José. It was modern football before football was, well, modern.
25th February 2020