337 Feature posts

Signing Off: We Are One

2020, has pushed us all to the brink, the edge of sanity, and as 2021 approaches at breakneck speed, a brief moment of reflection's in order because we, as Fulham fans, have experienced it all.
31st December 2020

Five Thoughts: Fulham 0-0 Southampton

Fulham's merry meeting with Southampton was the footballing equivalent of a traditional Lynx Africa set. On the day, it's mildly underwhelming but in the long-run, it's an understated life saver. Ralph Hasenhüttl's side couldn't poop on the party in SW6 because Stuart Gray and Matt Wells initiated a tier system that stranded the seasiders on the banks of the Thames, via Scott Parker's Zoom-issued instructions.
27th December 2020

The best and worst Fulham moments Of 2020

Parker’s passion, Tony’s tweets, and a playoff final behind closed doors; Marco De Novellis rounds up the best and worst Fulham moments of a frankly ridiculous 2020.
21st December 2020

Five Thoughts: Newcastle United 1-1 Fulham

Howay the lads only come away with one point? I know, terrible pun, and that isn't the worst of it, as we'll discover and revise as this article thickens with anguish and disdain. Hold on, though, there's also notable reasons to be cheerful, upbeat and chipper, so sod the tier system, we're all in this together.
20th December 2020

Five Thoughts: Fulham 0-0 Brighton & Hove Albion

In 196 games, 3413 days all in all, Fulham had not drawn a game 0-0 at Craven Cottage but all good things, even if it isn't necessarily exciting to say the least, have to come to an end at some point in history, and though it wasn't the most illustrious of records, it's a statistic that'll be missed dearly for a sorrowful day, or two.
17th December 2020

Rhys’s Pieces: Possession obsession no more?

As Parker’s Fulham begin to show glimpses of the defensive solidarity that helped them to promotion last season, Rhys takes a look at why the obsession with possession on the banks of the Thames has come to a necessary end.
17th December 2020

Five Thoughts: Fulham 1-1 Liverpool

Jamie Carragher isn't a very good pundit and I hope this tremendous result had him spitting at civilians from his car window on the way home. Liverpool are the champions of England, quite literally, and they were humbled by Scott Parker's doomed Fulham, destined for the drop. Eat your words.
14th December 2020

Five Thoughts: Manchester City 2-0 Fulham

Manchester City recorded a routine 2-0 victory over a Fulham side that haven't won at the Etihad since April 2009. In fact, the Whites haven't even scored a single solitary goal against City, in all competitions, since December 2013 so, in the words of Liam Gallagher, "as you were".
6th December 2020