Author Topic: Monday Fulham Stuff (26.04.10)  (Read 7519 times)

White Noise

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Re: Monday Fulham Stuff (26.04.10)
« Reply #40 on: April 26, 2010, 03:41:35 PM »
Matchday Programme






With a place in the UEFA Europa League Final potentially just 90 minutes away, Thursday evening’s visit of Hamburg is not to be missed – the biggest match ever staged at Craven Cottage.

With the tie finely balanced, another electrifying night is expected on the banks of the Thames, with Fulham fans having already played an important part along what has been an unforgettable European adventure.

Unbeaten at home in Europe so far, our famous old stadium will hopefully provide the backdrop for another memorable occasion, where victory could take us to our greatest stage.

So on a momentous evening, be sure to pick up the Special Edition, semi-hardback matchday programme commemorating what could well be the most famous night yet in our long history.

With its special design and in-depth features, Thursday’s collector’s edition includes:

Exclusive insight from Manager Roy Hodgson.
Danny Murphy’s views on recent action in his Captain’s Column.  
An exclusive interview with Fulham goal hero Bobby Zamora on what the UEFA Europa League has meant for him and his team-mates.  
Plus a look back on all of Zamora’s European goals.  
WIN an exclusive LG prize in our lucky programme number draw.  
A Q&A with former Fulham striker and World Cup winner with Germany Karl-Heinz Riedle.  
George Cohen, Les Strong, Gordon Davies and Rufus Brevett in our Legend’s European tour special.
A look back at Fulham and Hamburg’s Road to the Semi-Final.  
Fan stories from our quarter-final win over Wolfsburg and the epic journey to Hamburg for the semi-final first leg.  
All the stats and stories from the tournament in our UEFA Europa League round up.  
Plus, so much more besides!

The brilliant matchday publication will be on sale in and around the ground from two-hours before kick-off and at half-time.

If you miss your copy outside then look out for sellers on the Putney and Hammersmith Terrace, or at half-time from the programme room situated inside the Johnny Haynes Stand by Block E (opposite Turnstile 24).

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Read more: http://www.fulhamfc.com/Fanzone/FFCMatchdayProgramme.aspx#ixzz0mDXTQz4Y

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Re: Monday Fulham Stuff (26.04.10)
« Reply #41 on: April 26, 2010, 03:43:30 PM »
Fulham v West Ham United


Barclays Premier League


Sunday 2nd May


Kick-Off 15:00


Our penultimate Barclays Premier League home match of the season sees West Ham United visit Craven Cottage in another exciting London derby!

Season Ticket Holders and Members can now buy up to four tickets for the match. But hurry, tickets are in great demand so buy yours now to avoid missing out!

On-sale dates
Season Ticket Holders On sale (maximum 4 tickets)
Fulham Club Members On sale (maximum 4 tickets)
General Sale  TBC
Buy tickets online
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How to Buy Tickets
buy tickets online  - 7 days a week, 24 hrs a day. Save on booking fees by booking online*
by phone on 0870 442 1234 (option 1) - 7 days a week, 24 hrs a day
in person from the Ticket Office: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm; non-match day Sat 10am-12pm
by fax 020 7384 4810 (download printable form )
by postal application to FFC Ticket Office, Stevenage Road, Fulham, SW6 6HH enclosing a stamped addressed envelope (download printable form )
Seatwave - the official fan-to-fan ticket exchange
Thomas Cook - match breaks for all Fulham FC home games
* Lower booking fees compared to telephone booking

Prices
Category A+ prices apply to this match.


Read more: http://www.fulhamfc.com/Tickets/Games/FulhamvWestHam.aspx#ixzz0mDYA6h43

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Re: Monday Fulham Stuff (26.04.10)
« Reply #42 on: April 26, 2010, 03:58:20 PM »
http://www.sportinglife.com/football/scottishpremier/news/story_get.cgi?STORY_NAME=soccer/10/04/26/SOCCER_Celtic_Nightlead.html&TEAMHD=scotspremiership

KAMARA: HOOPS HAD TO TAKE SECOND
 
By Ronnie Esplin, Press Association Sport



Diomansy Kamara admits second spot in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League was a necessity for Celtic following their shock Active Nation Scottish Cup exit to Ross County.

This month's 2-0 defeat against the Irn-Bru First Division side at Hampden ended any realistic hopes of the Parkhead club winning a trophy this season and dented the chances of interim boss Neil Lennon getting the job on a permanent basis.

However, recent weeks have shown a marked improvement and a fifth SPL win in a row against Dundee United at Tannadice on Sunday confirmed second place behind champions Rangers.

Kamara scored the opening for the visitors and a late Robbie Keane penalty ended United's hopes of leapfrogging the Hoops in the final weeks of the season.

"We won't win a trophy this season but I think we have a good squad," Kamara said.

"The target was to get to the final of the Scottish Cup but we lost the semi-final.

"The target then was to qualify for the Champions League and we have qualified.

"I think the performance against United was terrific.

"We played well against a good team, beat them and left them 10 points behind.

"So we have qualified for the Champions League and that is the most important thing."

On another day, Kamara may have had a hat-trick but the wide midfielder was simply glad to take all three points.

He said: "I had a few chances. I scored one and missed a good chance at the start of the second half but the most important thing was to win the game."

United boss Peter Houston and Lennon were at loggerheads after the Irishman claimed only his side wanted to win the rather tetchy game.

Houston also claimed referee Iain Brines sent off substitute Jennison Myrie-Williams by mistake, believing him to be Prince Buaben when he handed out his second yellow card.

Kamara, on loan from Fulham, admits the encounter was a bit more physical than he would have liked.

"Dundee United are a very good team and they wanted to beat us," he said.

"It was a good Scottish game and I enjoyed it.

"There were eight or nine yellow cards and a red card but English and Scottish football is physical.

"I think it was too physical but the most important thing that we won the game."


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Re: Monday Fulham Stuff (26.04.10)
« Reply #43 on: April 26, 2010, 04:01:48 PM »
http://fulham.theoffside.com/player-news/loaner-report-42610.html

Loaner Report 4/26/10

By: timmyg | April 26th, 2010
 
Eddie Johnson was an unused substitute in Aris Thessaloniki’s 1-0 loss vs. Panathinaikos in the Greek Cup final on Saturday.

Diomansy Kamara started, played 90 minutes, and scored a goal in Celtic’s 2-0 win at Dundee United. Here is a video of his goal:

David Stockdale started and played 90 minutes in Plymouth Argyle’s 3-0 loss at Nottingham Forest on Saturday. He registered 7 saves.

Toni Kallio did not dress in Sheffield United’s 2-0 win over Swansea City on Saturday.

Matthew Saunders started and played minutes in Lincoln City’s 1-0 win over Bury on Saturday.

Wesley Foderingham started and played 90 minutes in Bromley’s 6-3 win at Thurrock on Saturday. Bromley finished the season 12th place in the Conference South as Foderingham made 9 league starts for the club.

Danny Hoesen and HJK Helsinki take on FC Haka tonight.

Robert Milsom and TPS Turku take on FC Honka tonight.

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Re: Monday Fulham Stuff (26.04.10)
« Reply #44 on: April 26, 2010, 04:19:54 PM »
The Guardian's 'Football Weekly' podcast has got Rafa Honigstein talking about Fulham V Hamburg - their leaky defence and their departed manager -

http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/audio/2010/apr/26/football-weekly-podcast-chelsea-manchester-united

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Re: Monday Fulham Stuff (26.04.10)
« Reply #45 on: April 26, 2010, 04:21:16 PM »
Reserve Game Moved

Monday 26th April 2010


Fulham FC News

Supporters should note that Fulham's Barclays Premier Reserve League fixture against West Ham on Tuesday 27th April will now be played at Upton Park - and not at Bishop's Stortford FC. Kick-off is still at 7pm.


Read more: http://www.fulhamfc.com/Club/News/NewsArticles/2010/April/ReserveGameMoved.aspx#ixzz0mDhgmnqz