Thanks Kit, but who’s next for Fulham?
Nov10

Thanks Kit, but who’s next for Fulham?

After just over a year in charge following his appointment back in October 2014, this week has seen the club relinquish Kit Symons duties as first-team manager and once again we find ourselves managerless and seeking an appointment that offers the club a chance to push for promotion to the Premier League. Feelings towards Symons had become rather fraught over the past few months with many fans having been calling for a change of the...

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Until a change is made, Fulham fans must support Symons
Oct27

Until a change is made, Fulham fans must support Symons

The number of Fulham fans who believe the club are doing anything but underachieving at present are few and far between. In fact, most will tell you that more than anything else, the remarkable comeback at home to Reading on Saturday only served to delay the inevitable removal of Kit Symons from his duties as first team manager, by creating the illusion of progression as owner Shahid Khan looked on. What if I was to tell you that...

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Fulham must learn how to close games out
Oct13

Fulham must learn how to close games out

The majority of us no doubt suspected the corner was anything but turned after Fulham followed the impressive home victory against QPR with an equally unimpressive result just a few days later with the visit of Wolves. The following Sunday, and with another London derby looming at The Valley against Charlton, we had an excellent chance of going into the international break with a positive result, only to yet again throw it away at the...

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Fulham show their potential with win against rivals
Sep30

Fulham show their potential with win against rivals

I don’t think any of us in our wildest dreams could have predicted the outcome of Friday’s local derby at home to QPR. Of course we do have previous when it comes to showing our neighbourhood rivals up, although I can’t say I was dissapointed with just the four goals this time round. All the talk before the match centred around the danger that Charlie Austin posed and the fact that our back four, having shown a...

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A Fulham of two halves
Sep16

A Fulham of two halves

Once again this weekend, Fulham demonstrated their uncanny ability to offer contrasting performances either side of half-time. Despite a lively start and a solid first half against Blackburn, the second 45 minutes capitulated into what was eventually a rather lucky escape, with the team almost throwing away a two-goal lead were it not for the lack of goal-line technology in England’s second tier. There were a number of positives...

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The pieces are finally falling into place for Fulham
Sep04

The pieces are finally falling into place for Fulham

With deadline day coming and going, many Fulham fans are wondering how close we are now to having a side capable of taking us forward? Unsurprisingly many have been quick to jump on the “Kit Out” bandwagon following a less then perfect start to the season, but at the same time I did feel the unfortunate injury to on-loan Luke Garbutt was a bigger factor then many had made out. In securing the young prospect from Everton, Symons had...

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