Collins Column

19 Collins Column posts

Collins Column: Finish the Job

Fulham's seemingly relentless march carried on last weekend, with a win over Nottingham Forest at the Cottage making it 5 Championship wins in a row and 6 on the spin at home. Jack J Collins breaks it down ahead of the trip to Lancashire this weekend.
10th February 2018

Collins Column: Leaving It Late (Again)

With the window slamming shut and Fulham closing out two last-minute deals, Jack J Collins looks back at a week where late was the buzzword of the week for the Whites.
2nd February 2018

Collins Column: Pieces of the Puzzle

It’s been a good week for Fulham fans, whichever way you look at it. The 6-0 demolition of Burton last weekend was more than just three points, and I think you’d struggle to find a member of the Whites faithful who could pick any massive holes in last week’s performances.
26th January 2018

Collins Column: Four Game Runway

In the latest edition of the Collins Column, Jack J Collins looks at why the next four games are absolutely crucial to the Whites, not only just in a results sense, but also in terms of getting performances up to scratch.
17th January 2018

Collins Column: Murders and Acquisitions

The January Transfer Window always brings about its fair share of disruption, but Fulham were given an untimely reminder of the unrest behind the doors at Motspur Park this week as the recriutment issue reared its head once again. Jack J Collins breaks it down in the first Collins Column of 2018.
6th January 2018

Collins Column: Rotation Games

In the latest Collins Column, Jack J Collins takes a look at Slavisa’s promises of squad rotation and whether or not they will come to fruition.
15th December 2017

Collins Column: Shift The Gears

Two wins on the trot for Fulham is a positive, but there's a serious shift needed if the Whites are to make that three against Brentford. Jack J Collins looks at the West London derby.
1st December 2017

Collins Column: Finding A Spark

Things were all doom and gloom during the international break for Fulham fans, and although things are by no means turned around all of sudden, there are signs of recovery in the Whites' two performances this week. Jack J Collins weighs it up in the latest Collins Column.
24th November 2017

Collins Column: Shadows in the Dark

In the latest edition of the Collins Column, Jack J Collins discusses the backroom issues within the club which, for the first time ever, seem to be taking their toll on the pitch.
2nd November 2017