Cameron Ramsey

Cameron Ramsey

Currently a writer for 90Mins and Blasting News, Cameron now joins the Fulhamish team to offer expertise and an alternate viewpoint on the main stories of any given point of the season!

Feature

Transfer Rumour Round-Up: Part 2

The transfer mill has been markedly unproductive since our last instalment, but that's not to say that there isn't a medley of tangible rumours to savour in our second edition of 2019's summer period. Now, some of these fellas, predominantly the opening three, strayed into our crosshair weeks ago, but as I haven't jotted down the fleshy details behind them, they're just as relevant as the obscure links that have arisen in the last few days and hours, so bear with us for a quick sec.
19th June 2019

Feature

Transfer Rumour Round-Up: Part 1

I didn't bother with a Five Thoughts following Fulham's dejecting 4-0 defeat against Newcastle United on the last day of the torrid 2018-19 campaign, but now we're over our plight and brimming with hope, vigour and optimism for the Championship schedule ahead, I'm back. Penning articles is what I love to do most, but tenuous transfer pieces have a differing charm, an appeal that makes you cringe and ponder all at once.
28th May 2019

Review

Five Thoughts: Woverhampton Wanderers 1-0 Fulham

Our last away fixture of the campaign and our penultimate meeting of the 2018-19 season ended with a 1-0 defeat at the paws of Wolverhapmton Wanderers. Nuno Espirito Santo's Wolves hunted in packs and restricted Fulham to scraps throughout the confrontation, and if the home contingent had a sharper bite, the score line could have been gruesomely unflattering for the Whites and their plump, penetrable underbelly.
7th May 2019

Review

Five Thoughts: Fulham 1-0 Cardiff City

"Down with the Fulham! You're going down with the Fulham!" Our first away victory of the campaign at the Vitality was highly satisfactory, but flooring Cardiff City was by far the most elating triumph of the 2018-19 season, even if Denis Odoi was slammed in the chops by Maxime Le Marchand.
30th April 2019

Review

Five Thoughts: AFC Bournemouth 0-1 Fulham

Jazzy Hawaiian shirts, straw hats and an abundant array of novelty inflatables. Fulham were in town to soak up the sunshine and the Vitality Stadium, at least in the away zone, paralleled an all-inclusive sports bar in the heart of Benidorm. Regardless of what the result may be, the travelling faithful were going to unfold their deck chairs and lap up the Easter bank holiday's pleasant festivities.
21st April 2019

Review

Five Thoughts: Fulham 2-0 Everton

I've not written a rose-tinted article like this for a very, very long time. Saturday's 2-0 triumph over Everton was undoubtedly Fulham's greatest performance to date this season and for a few hours or so, or at least until I started to tap this paragraph into my keyboard, I'd forgotten that we'd been relegated in our previous meeting at Vicarage Road. It's hilarious what one spirited outing - cradled in a web of disarray - on the banks of the Thames can do to your conscious perception of reality.
15th April 2019

Review

Five Thoughts: Watford 4-1 Fulham

Champagne's on ice, cigars are teasing lips and salmon and cream cheese sandwiches are balanced on platters. Let the sadistic relegation party, that's admittedly been long-awaited, commence! We're glad you filled in your RSVP slip after months of endless humming and hawing. What a shitshow of a season this has been in the so-called majesty of the Premier League, aye?
3rd April 2019

Review

Five Thoughts: Leicester City 3-1 Fulham

Fulham's late capitulation at the King Power Stadium completely summarises our abysmal return to the Premier League. It really doesn't matter who's in charge, the Cottagers simply don't have what it takes to compete and thrive in the planet's most cutthroat division on a weekly basis. There were glimmers of sanguine in brief spells against Leicester City, but the Foxes stalked the Whites throughout and pounced without mercy.
10th March 2019

Review

Five Thoughts: Fulham 1-2 Chelsea

I can't recall a time where I've been this satisfied after a defeat. Let Chelsea have their empty bragging rights, Fulham have been gifted a new lease of life and it's all thanks to Scott Parker's divine conception. Perhaps I'm getting a little too far ahead of myself, again, but I sincerely hope that we proceed to test our remaining opponents with the same level of courage, resolve and diligence.
3rd March 2019