3 Tim Clarke posts

Thirty Three Degrees South: The Psychology of Fandom

Does the sight of Tom Cairney on the wing send you into spirals of depression? Is throwing away an early lead akin to passing gall stones? Thirty-Three Degrees South takes a look at the long term prognosis of supporting Fulham FC
22nd March 2019

Points, Perspective and Protests

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.
13th March 2019

Singer’s Corner: Ranieri vs Jokanovic

In the first of a brand new column series, our stat man George Singer compares our two managers this season - and how our fortunes changed as Ranieri was given the the keys to the Cottage.
6th March 2019

Then and Now: Baffling Bosses

After Claudio Ranieri's disappointing stint at Fulham came to an end, Rhys Daly takes a look at the worst managerial records in Fulham’s recent history.
2nd March 2019
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FourFourDrew: Time To Say Goodbye

As Ranieri is replaced by Scott Parker, Drew Heatley says it's time to stop focusing on the errors of this season and look ahead to our next chapter.
1st March 2019

Collins Column: The Ranieri Effect

Disasters aren’t always about the results you get and the points on the board, although those figures aren’t exactly kind to Claudio either, looking back at his tenure at Craven Cottage. Some things are a little bit more subtle. Jack J Collins takes a deeper dive into the reign of Claudio Ranieri.
1st March 2019

MAVFS: Long-Suffering Already

In a brand new column for Fulhamish, Middle Aged View From the States, Adam Seessel introduces himself as one of the latest additions to the Fulham family and pens some thoughts about the strange goings on down at the Cottage over the last couple of months.
8th February 2019

Then and Now: Relegation Pending?

On this day five years ago Fulham were heading for their first relegation in 20 years - the gap to the next one is likely to considerably shorter. Rhys Daly takes a look at the two seasons to see what's different, and what's disappointingly similar.
19th January 2019