FeaturesA collection of Fulhamish features
Fulham's midfield trio of Kevin McDonald, Stefan Johansen and Tom Cairney, as we’ve pointed out time and time again, are the basis from which the Whites’ success this season has sprung.
As you might have heard on this week's podcast, next week we're opening the phone lines to talk about loads of things related to Fulham. If you'd be interested, fill in the form below and we'll be in touch with those who are to appear on the show, by email next week!
As many of you will have heard on last night's podcast, I thought it would be a good idea to try and rank the run ins that the playoff contenders have left, to compare them.
Scouting in football has quite a romantic, yet lonely image behind it doesn't it?
As many of you will know from our big reveal on the Podcast last week, we were asked to participate in BBC Sport's 2017 'No Guts, No Glory' campaign surrounding the FA Cup, and you can now see our videos on the BBC Sport website.
The subject of ‘safe standing’ has always been a tight lipped and controversial topic for football fans to discuss. On April 15th, 1989, an FA cup semi final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest would change the way football would be viewed for many years to come.
I started a Twitter debate last week about whether people thought that if Jozabed had scored his last minute freekick against Queen's Park Rangers at home, he might have become an instant fan favourite and kickstarted his Fulham career.
From the hustle and bustle of Madrid, to the inlets of the Rias Baixas in Galicia, via a sixth month spell next to the river Thames we wave goodbye to Jozabed Sanchez as he departs for Celta de Vigo. Well, for 18 months at least.
I've seen a lot of debate recently about the role Chris Martin plays in Fulham's side and exactly what it is that he brings to the team.