Tim Clarke

Tim Clarke

Australian.
Picked Fulham 10 years ago because I liked what they were about. Have been living with the consequences ever since.
You Whites!

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Khan’t Buy Me Love | Thirty-Three Degrees South

Twitter paints a fairly colourful picture of the Khans, Tony in particular. Deep shades of blame, with light brushstrokes of naivety, and a few holes where someone has stabbed the canvas with the paintbrush…
21st April 2019

Thirty Three Degrees South

Thirty Three Degrees South: The Psychology of Fandom

Is following Fulham bad for your health? Does the sight of Tom Cairney on the wing send you into spirals of depression? Tim Clarke explores what following Fulham FC does to us. (Spoiler: There's some good news below!)
22nd March 2019

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A Call To Arms

Gallipoli. 1915. Australian troops attempt to storm the beach, and lose almost 8000 men. Yet over time, a tactical defeat became a nation defining event, where the virtues of courage, and helping out your mates were formed. And it demonstrates that there is such thing as losing, and losing.
17th February 2019

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In Defence of Denis Odoi

It has long been said that, to a man with a hammer, everything starts to resemble a nail. Tim Clarke has a few words for those who want to hammer Denis Odoi every week.
25th January 2019