Three northern away day matches at Sheffield Wednesday, Stoke and Middlesborough await Fulham in the upcoming months. Dom Betts is here to give you the lowdown on how to get there, and more importantly, where to drink.
It’s come round faster than we thought, but following the Charlton game at the Cottage on 5th October, Fulhamish will be recording its 200th episode, and we’d like to invite you all to join us to mark a landmark milestone for the pod.
It’s ten years since Fulham’s march to the Europa League final in the 2009/10 season, so we’ve decided to reminisce. Throughout the season we're recounting the incredible away trips that took Fulham fans from Lithuania to Germany (three times). Continuing our journey is Mike Pruce, who was present at CSKA Sofia, where our road to knockout stage qualification began.
Fulham recently announced the signing of Michael Hector from Chelsea for an undisclosed fee. Brilliant, but what will he offer Scott Parker's fold and, ultimately, who is he? Cam Ramsey plates up a little insight to quell those lingering curiosities.
This image from the first home game is truly poetic. Mitro and TC, goalscorers and spine of this Fulham team, framed perfectly in the centre. Behind them, Blackburn goalkeeper and defender are slumped in resignation. Beyond, Fulham FC are building something...
Phew. Another transfer deadline has been and gone, another day of Tony Khan wheelin' and dealin' is over. After a long evening, it seems everything has finally sorted itself out. Our prodigal son has left us, but in Sess's place comes 3 new names. The Fulhamish team have pulled together some quick thoughts on the incomings, to give a flavour of what we can expect to see!
So Ryan Sessegnon is off to Spurs. It has been inevitable all summer, although for the past fortnight I've had a distant hope that it might all be off. I guess that's proven to me, that despite the fact it makes sense financially, I'm gutted that he's leaving SW6. Here's to you Ryan Sessegnon…