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.
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:
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.
It's been a huge day for Fulham in the transfer market, with Jean-Michael Seri and Maxime Le Marchand joining the Whites from OGC Nice. Our resident European footy man Ben Jarman has taken a look at the two signings.
So, with the Festival of Football a little over a week old, Ben Jarman dives in to footballs biggest tournament to do a little window shopping. With a little over three weeks left after the end of the tournament before the transfer window closes, it’s time to delve into the World Cup to identify some targets that Fulham could realistically add to their squad come the Premier League opener against Crystal Palace.
As Fulham seemingly edge closer to signing CD Lugo defender Marcelo Djalo it appears that his potential signature could cause a rift between the coaching staff and scouting department at Craven Cottage.