253 Feature posts

Rhys’ Pieces: Championship Correlation

With Fulham’s final nine games of this captivating Championship season thrown into limbo, Rhys Daly takes a look at how the current campaign compares to the White’s previous four outings in the Second tier of English football.
3rd April 2020

Five Thoughts: Bristol City 1-1 Fulham

Upon revision and a good night's rest, I've concluded that a point at Ashton Gate is perfectly fine and necessary. Lee Johnson's Bristol City are within touching distance of the play-off places and, as he's a proud Fulham fan, he had his men fired up from the start to frustrate Scott Parker's camp.
8th March 2020

Five Thoughts: Fulham 2-0 Preston North End

David Nugent really does know his way to goal. Alex Neil's one-time England veteran sealed our fate at Deepdale in December but in the blinding glare of early Spring's sunlight, the 35-year-old's expertly diverted own goal handed Fulham a lifeline in their quest for a place in the automatics. Cheers, Dave!
29th February 2020

Five Thoughts: Fulham 1-0 Swansea

Football. Bloody hell. At the 89th minute of Wednesday evening's clash, I had this article mostly written out in my head. A story of frustration, tactical obscurity, and 2 points dropped. However, these plans were thrown up in the air (along with the Hammy End's clappers), as a certain super Serb headed home a 90+4th minute winner. Let's take a look at the 5 main talking points.
27th February 2020

Fractious Fulham Slowing Themselves Down

I remember reading through a passage in a book a few years ago that analysed the great Porto team that won the Champions League in 2004 under José Mourinho. That section of text opened my eyes to a new football. Well, a new phrase. The "transition". It was big, it was shiny and it was certainly new in the early years of José. It was modern football before football was, well, modern.
25th February 2020

How Parkerball Is Destroying Tom Cairney

Tom Cairney was once Fulham’s best footballer. Now, he gets subbed off after 50 minutes. The Fulham captain is being shackled by Scott Parker’s unique brand of footballing misery.
24th February 2020