The better team won and that's basically all there is to it. Standing with Scott Parker's post-match presser, Fulham were vastly disappointing, discouraging and we deserved absolutely nothing from Friday evening's 2-1 defeat against Marcelo Bielsa's Leeds United. Whenever the Peacocks play, they're accompanied by a media wank fest but in SW6, as they registered their first victory in the capital in 17 attempts, the plaudits were fully merited.
21st March 2021
The Riverside development will increase seating capacity, but also "enhance the amenities" for all to enjoy. But what does this really mean?
17th March 2021
Fuelled by superstition, Fulham lined up against Manchester City with the ambition of withholding Pep Guardiola's runaway league leaders but, as the narrative indulgently scripted a routine 3-0 victory for the Citizens, perhaps Scott Parker will bin off that ghastly quilted overcoat of his and start afresh on Friday evening.
14th March 2021
The mood at Motspur and in the changing room will play a crucial role in our bid to avoid the drop, as Sean Guest explains.
12th March 2021
Colm takes a look at Fulham's run-in compared to the teams just above them.
9th March 2021
Jack Stroudley looks back at how Parker’s stock has risen – and continues to rise.
8th March 2021
Ordinarily, being gracious in victory is the done thing. Not you, or I, really likes a gloater but in this instance, seeing as Fulham recorded their first win at Anfield since 2013, and our 8th unbeaten away game on the bounce this season, instructing Jurgen Klopp and all the world's insufferable Kopites to kindly stick a 6th-consecutive home loss in a zoot feels so, so appropriate.
7th March 2021
We really didn't deserve that loss. The rub of the green went against Fulham, buddying up to Jose Mourinho's Tottenham Hotspur and though this result epitomises our season incomparably, I simply can't recall a more wanky win for Spurs. Another fierce performance, which warranted so much more, ends with absolutely nothing to show for it.
5th March 2021