NEW FOF’cast 🎧 🎙 YoYo?? No No!!

On this episode of FOF’cast, we are joined once again by our regular guests Owen Smith and Gerry Pimm as we discuss the following FFC topics:

  • Fulham’s 3-0 defeat to Aston Villa.
  • The Twitter aftermath following Tony Khan ‘s Tweet.
  • Jammie Carragher’s Sky Sports rant over Fulham’s transfers.
  • Still no Centre Backs.
  • The Carabao Cup Battering by Brentford.
  • Lookman’s debut for Fulham.
  • What’s up with Michael Hector??
  • The Scott Parker situation
  • Sense of frustration growing between Fulham fans.
  • On to Wolves this Sunday
  • Wolves predictions.

Once again, thanks for taking the time to listen to our Podcast, show is around 1 hour and 25 minutes long, your feedback is always appreciated to improve future episodes.

NEW FOF’cast🎙 Lookman, it just ain’t good enough

On this episode of FOF’cast, we are joined by regular guests Owen Smith and Gerry Pimm as we discussed the following Fulham FC topics:

The 4-3 defeat to Leeds – Defensive frailties again, but did we show character and fight?

The departure of Javier Pereira – Only joined in January, seemed a bit odd?

The 2-0 win over Sheffield Wednesday in the Carabao Cup – Team changes, lots of positives?

Jean Michael Seri – Here to stay at Fulham, or should he still go?

Tony Khan’s Transfer Video – Rambling nonsense, it did it make a lot of sense?

Possible return of Terrance Kongolo – Unfinished business, was he spotted in Chelsea with his Agent?

Still no Centre Backs – Becoming a regular topic on the show now.

Aston Villa – Thoughts on Monday Nights clash, are 3 points desperately needed?

Villa Predictions – Will it be a win, loss or draw?

Thanks once again for listening, link to the show is below.

Games for the Weekend 26/09

Well we’re playing on Monday evening rather than the weekend but we welcome Aston Villa to the Cottage for a 17:45 kick-off.

Fulham v Aston Villa

It’s just as well that we’re not allowed to attend this game, first it was 3 o’clock Saturday, then 2 o’clock Sunday, then 6 o’clock Monday and finally 5:45 Monday to allow the later Monday evening game to be shown in pubs before the 10 o’clock curfew. How considerate of the League to look after pubs, when have they shown the same consideration for the fans who actually attend games?

Anyhow back to the game, it’s far too early to say that this is a 6 pointer however I think it’s a game that we really need to win. If we win then we’ll have 3 points from 3 games, if we kept that up we should have just enough to stay up?

Villa stayed up by the skin of their teeth last season but have strengthened their squad, notably with Brentford’s Watkins, Birmingham’s Hogan, Martinez and Traore.

I’m sure that Scotty Parker would have this down as a “probable win” game, our record against Villa is reasonable with 10 wins, 6 defeats and 8 draws.


Games of interest..

Saturday 26th
Brighton v Man Utd
Palace v Everton
West Brom v Chelsea
Burnley v Southampton

Sunday 27th
Sheff Utd v Leeds
Spurs v Newcastle
West Ham v Wolves

Monday 28th
Fulham v Villa
Liverpool v Arsenal

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Games for mid-week 23/09

Another Carabao Cup game, this time against Sheffield Wednesday at the Cottage

Fulham v Sheffield Wednesday

So we get to play Wednesday this Wednesday evening in the nest round of the Carabao Cup.

I think that this is a “must win” game, if only for team confidence, loosing both of our first league games needs to be countered, a cup run could be just the ticket!
Wednesday won’t be a push-over, Gary Monk’s team has a good record playing Fulham with 4 wins, 2 defeats and a draw.


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FOF’cast – Trust Trouble, Defence is Rubble

On this episode of FOF’cast, we are joined once again by Fulham fans Owen Smith and Gerry Pimm.

However, after the breaking news last Sunday, of Gerry Pimm standing down as Secretary of the Fulham Supporters Trust, we start the show by discussing the reasons behind this.

We then go on to discuss the following topics:

1) The 0-3 loss to Arsenal and Scott’s starting 11.

2) Déjà vu with the same defensive mistakes Again.

3) Anguissa’s Arsenal Man of the Match.

4) Contract Extensions for Bryan, Onomah & Odoi.

5) The 1-0 Ipswich Town Cup Win.

6) Striking Options beyond Mitrovic, what is there?

7) The up and coming Leeds Game.

8) Leeds Predictions.

This show lasts for about an hour, happy listening, and any feedback is appreciated.

Games for the Weekend 19/09

Our first “away” game of the season see’s us travel to Elland Road to take on Leeds United.

Leeds United v Fulham

This should be an interesting game. We both lost our opening games, both conceded 3 goals, fair enough Leeds scored 2 and we didn’t, both teams have added to their squads and I’m certain both teams will have marked this fixture as a winnable one.
Wednesday’s Carabao Cup game saw our new signings get a run out, all had good games but probably the stand out performance was Kenny Tete who could well get to play against Leeds.

Last season each team won their home games and recent games have been fairly even with 3 wins, 2 lost and 5 draws.


Games of Interest…

Saturday 19th
Everton v West Brom
Leeds v Fulham
Man Utd v Palace
Arsenal v West Ham

Sunday 20th
Southampton v Spurs
Newcastle v Brighton
Chelsea v Liverpool
Leicester v Burnley

Monday 21st
Villa v Sheff Utd

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Games for mid-week 16/09

We travel to Ipswich for a Carabao Cup game.

Ipswich v Fulham

Following on from our first game back in the Premiership we get the distraction of a League Cup game.

Perhaps we’ll get to see some of the “new” boys, Areola, Robinson, Lemina? could be useful as a competitive development game.

Ipswich will be looking for a Premier scalp, so it should be a good game.


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Games for the Weekend 12/09

We’re back in the Premiership!, and for our first game we welcome Arsenal to the Cottage for a 12:30 kick off.

Fulham v Arsenal

My very first Fulham game was against Arsenal, New Years Day 1966, we won that 1-0 and I was hooked!
Now we’re back in the Premiership, let’s hope that we’ve learned some of the lessons from last time?, and this season we prove to be more of a contest, 80+ goals against can’t be repeated.
So far we’ve not gone overboard with the spending, the “window” remains open until October so there’s still time?
It’ll be interesting to see if any of the “new” players will either start or even be on the team sheet, Antonee Robinson, Mario Lemina, Harrison Reed, so glad he signed, and who they’ll replace? I wonder if Anguissa will get a game now that he’s returned from loan?, there’s been no mention of Seri returning.
With little time “pre-season” I just hope that they’ll have had enough time to adapt to Fulham. If we do sign anyone else before the end of the week I can’t see them starting against Arsenal.

Our record against Arsenal isn’t too good, 8 wins, 10 draws and 39 losses, Arsenal have won the last 5 scoring 15 and conceding only 3…
time to put that right!


Games of Interest…

Saturday 12th
Crystal Palace v Southampton
Fulham v Arsenal
Liverpool v Leeds
Spurs v Everton
West Ham v Newcastle

Monday 14th
Brighton v Chelsea

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FOF’cast – Wembley Playoff Special

(Image credit: Mike Egerton)

In this Special Fulham FC Podcast, we are once again joined by Owen Smith and Gerry Pimm, as we discuss the 2-1 Playoff Final win over Brentford. The show covers the following topics:

  • Scott Parker’s Tactics – spot on?
  • First half breakdown v Brentford
  • Second half breakdown v Brentford
  • Extra time breakdown v Brentford
  • Were Brentford to overconfident?
  • A look into the Fulham Brentford rivalry
  • Man of the match v Brentford
  • Thoughts on Parker after Promotion?
  • Who will stay and who will go?
  • Anguissa & Seri, do we bring them back?
  • What Backing does Parker Need now?
  • Premier League thoughts and predictions.
  • A message from Shahid Kahn.

This show is about an hour and 11 mins long, but some really good stuff is covered, and well worth the listen. As well as covering the 2-1 win over Brentford, we go into other important stuff that is required for promotion, and our assault on the Premier League – Happy listening

Championship Play-off Final.

Fulham face Brentford at Wembley on Tuesday evening to decide who gets to play in the Premiership next Season.

Fulham v Brentford 2020 play-off final

I’m guessing that it’s the final that most of us would have predicted from the four teams contesting the semi-finals? Swansea certainly gave Brentford a scare and Cardiff very nearly fought back against Fulham, but both of the London teams triumphed in the end.

Brentford appear to have the upper-hand, as far as playing Fulham is concerned, with 5 wins, 2 losses and 3 draws, they won both of this season’s league games 1-0 & 0-2, so I’m sure they’ll be going into this full of confidence.
However, both teams finished the season on 81 points, Brentford had a superior goal difference, also both teams won one and lost one of their semi-finals both going through 3-2 on aggregate. So I’m sure that it’ll be a tighter game despite what some “pundits” are predicting?
26 goals gave Mitro the golden boot for this season, Brentford’s Ollie Watkins wasn’t too far behind although he played 540 more minutes than Mitro, due to injuries and suspension, so I imagine that both of them will want to add to their tally for this season, lets just hope Mitro comes out on top and that he gets on the pitch after his recent injury.

Experience of the “big day” will definitely be in Fulham’s favour with most of our current squad taking part in the final a couple of seasons ago.
Fulham players who took part in the 2018 final include Bettinelli, Odoi, Christie, Ream, Cairney, McDonald, Johansen, Kamara(AK47) and Mitrovic, all of these can rightly say…

“been there, done that, WON IT!”

Beating us twice, being the “more attacking” team will probably make Brentford the favourites however with Fulham’s recent experience don’t write us off too soon.

Playing in an empty Wembley Stadium will be different for everyone, we can only provide a ‘virtual white-wall’ and listen to Gentleman Jim and Jamie with our fingers crossed and hope for revenge for the two games earlier in the season.

Whatever happens on Tuesday evening, whichever league we’re playing in next season, doesn’t matter all that much to me, we are FULHAM the oldest team in London and will be wearing the famous ‘black and white’ with pride whoever the opposition.


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