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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Do do do, let’s all do the 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.
17th January 2020

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Five Thoughts: Luton Town 3-3 Fulham

Must admit that when I set off on a chilly, wet morning with a half Christmas hangover and the glory of winning the traditional family Monopoly, I thought Kenilworth Road on Boxing Day would be a nice jaunt. Little did I know that the weather would be dreadful, Fulham would be arguably worse and the 90 minutes of scintillating festive feast of football that I had imagined would actually turn in a topsy-turvy game of elation and excruciating pain.
27th December 2019

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Take The Ball, Pass The Ball…

Take the ball, pass the ball. Take the ball, pass the ball. Take the ball, pass the ball. Some of the eagle eyed among you may recognise this phrase as the title of the Barcelona documentary, focusing on the best team of modern times.
26th September 2019

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Joe Bryan: A Modern Day Role Model

This week Fulham left-back Joe Bryan published a particularly poignant post giving an insight in to the toughest period of his life. He is a modern day role model.
6th August 2019

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Fulhamish Round Table – January Transfer Window

The January transfer window slammed shut on Fulham, and a period that promised so much with the public backing of the owner to Claudio Ranieri and the Director of Football promising to work "tirelessly" to provide multiple signings. Unfortunately neither were delivered.
1st February 2019

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Fulhamish Round Table: Oldham Athletic

Fulham were dumped out of the FA Cup by Oldham Athletic in a season that has been tough for the Whites, the Fulhamish team give their opinion of the season so far.
7th January 2019

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Fulhamish Round Table: Slavisa Jokanovic

The 14th of November signaled the end of a two-and-a-half year reign for Slavisa Jokanovic as Fulham manager after a run of six consecutive Premier League defeats. The Serbian turned Fulham from Championship no-hopers in to formidable force that achieved Premier League promotion at Wembley. The Fulhamish team give their thoughts on the departure of Slavisa below:
14th November 2018

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Football, Fulham and the Great War

Sunday marks 100 years since Armistice Day, and at 11am Britain will fall silent to pay its respects. The war affected everything, including football and even our own beloved Fulham Football Club. Ben Jarman takes a look at the Great War's impact.
10th November 2018