The gaffer has a column! After much reluctance to put pen to paper, the first edition of Sammy James' new column is here. Today, he takes a look at the recent Tony Khan debate, and an update on the #StopTheGreed ticket price campaign, which continues to grow momentum.
By having the worst defence in Europe's top leagues, it's been a pretty horrific season for us Fulham fans to witness. Heavy defeats, cruel defeats, we've seen them all. However, for me it all pales into insignificance compared to the alienating ticket strategy that Fulham Football Club have adopted, and I for one am sick of it. This is a long read, because it's an emotive subject and there's plenty to say on the issue. We’ve set up a GoFundMe for a protest banner - and we'd like your support.
On Wednesday it was announced that Shahid Khan had withdrawn his bid to purchase Wembley Stadium from The FA. Sammy James gives his thoughts on why he thinks this is a bad move as both a Fulham and a general football fan.
On Saturday, Fulham FC's first Premier League season in four years starts against Crystal Palace at Craven Cottage. It's not just the team that is looking bigger and better, but also Fulhamish, as we look to cover all the drama, tension and excitement of the 2018/19 season in more depth than ever before.
The last of the aptly named ‘big six’ for Fulham is the long, arduous trip to Lancashire to play the other Lilywhites of the division - Preston North End. Jack J Collins takes a look at this weekend's clash.
Cyrus Christie arrived at Motspur Park late on Wednesday night to seal a move to Fulham just six months after joining fellow Championship play-off hopefuls Middlesbrough. Despite his short stint at The Riverside, Cyrus made a strong impression with Boro fans. We spoke to the boys at the esteemed Boro Podcast for their thoughts on Fulham's new full-back.