Games of interest for 10/04

Another mid-week games sees the whites take on last seasons play-off rivals Reading.

Fulham v Reading

19 games unbeaten, what a run thats taken us to within 2 points of Cardiff and 2nd place! GAME ON

other games of interest include…

TUESDAY 10TH APRIL

Aston Villa v Cardiff

Bolton v Millwall

Bristol City v Birmingham

Preston NE v Leeds

Sheffield Utd v Middlesborough

Wolves v Derby

 

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Games of interest for weekend 06-08/04

Fulham have another away game, this time we travel to the Steel City to take on Sheffield Wednesday

Sheffield Wednesday v Fulham

There’s a big game on Friday evening, Wolves will be looking to secure promotion and Cardiff won’t want to slip up with Fulham chasing them hard!

Our game away to Sheff Wed won’t be easy, none of them are, but with our run of 18 unbeaten the result on Friday could be an extra spur!

other games of interest include…

FRIDAY 6TH APRIL

Cardiff v Wolves

SATURDAY 7TH APRIL

Derby v Bolton

Middlesborough v Nottingham Forest

Millwall v Bristol City

Norwich v Aston Villa

Reading v Preston North End

Sheffield Wednesday v Fulham

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Celebrating The Life of Matthew Fox (Reminder)

Dear all,

Just a quick reminder, that this Friday’s game away to Norwich City, will be marked as the 20 year anniversary, since Matthew Fox tragically lost his life away to Gillingham, he was 24.

For some, they lost a son, a brother, an uncle, a cousin, a nephew and a friend, but, they also lost a dedicated and passionate FFC fan. No one should ever go to football and not come home.

To celebrate his life, a Gofund me page was set up to raise money for a flag, to mark the occasion. The original target was around £850.00, however, to date, there has been £2,125.00 raised, with the rest going to Breast Cancer.

If you haven’t already donated, you can do so here: https://www.gofundme.com/celebrating-matthew-fox-fulham-fc

This has been an absolute amazing response from everyone, and, the family would like to say a big thank you to those who have donated.

Before the Norwich game, they have invited everyone to join them in the Prince of Wales pub, Prince of Wales Road, where they will be remembering his life.

During the game, a round of applause will be held on the 20th minute, and we’d like everyone to join if, if they can.

Matthew Fox

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Games of interest for weekend 30-31/03

With the “International Break” over Easter weekend sees Fulham travel to Norwich on Good Friday.

Norwich City v Fulham

Will the “rest” have done the lads some good? even with a poor showing for the 2nd half of the QPR game we still managed to climb a place and currently sit 3rd. We’re still on a fantastic run, a club record of 16 league games unbeaten however, Cardiff still have a game in-hand and are 7 points in front of us but if we continue unbeaten we’ll really put the pressure on them.

other games of interest include…

FRIDAY 30TH MARCH

Barnsley v Bristol City

Cardiff v Burton

Derby v Sunderland

Middlesbrough v Wolves

SATURDAY 31ST MARCH

Hull v Aston Villa

 

come and join the debate at Friends of Fulham

http://www.friendsoffulham.com/forum/index.php?board=1.0

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Games of interest for weekend 17-18/03

This weekends game sees the whites welcome back “old boy” Matt Smith and QPR for a local derby

Fulham v QPR

If you can’t make it to the game you’ll be able to watch it on Sky TV (12:30 kick-off)

other games of interest this weekend include with Derby v Cardiff another top of the table “six pointer”…

SATURDAY 17TH MARCH

Brentford v Middlesborough

Bristol City v Ipswich

Wolves v Burton

Bolton v Aston Villa

Sheffield Utd v Nottingham, Forest

SUNDAY 18TH MARCH

Derby v Cardiff

 

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Games of interest for weekend 10-11/03

Following on from one of the best performances by Fulham so far this season can we continue the run on Saturday?

I wouldn’t bet against it, this weekend sees the whites travel to Preston North End who are making a valiant effort to get into the play-off spots.

Preston NE v Fulham

other games of interest this weekend include…

SATURDAY 10TH MARCH

Burton v Bristol City

Cardiff v Birmingham City

Aston Villa v Wolves

Middlesborough v Barnsley

SUNDAY 11TH MARCH

Nottm Forest v Derby

 

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Games of interest for mid-week 06-07/03

After beating teams above us in the last two games, we’ve now got ourselves into 4th place

Next we’ve a mid-week home game against Sheffield Utd who, until recently have spent most of the season in the top six. We’ve now won 10 games of the last 13 so while this could be another tricky game for Slaviša and the lads, what odds would you get on Mitrović and Sess scoring again?

Fulham v Sheffield Utd

other mid-week games of interest include…

TUESDAY 6TH MARCH

Birmingham City v Middlesborough

Cardiff v Barnsley

Preston NE v Bristol City

QPR v Derby

Sunderland v Aston Villa

WEDNESDAY 7TH MARCH

Leeds v Wolves

 

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Games of interest for weekend 02-03/03

This weekends game see the whites travel to Derby County for another “top of table six pointer”

Derby County v Fulham

Following on from last weekends fantastic performance by the lads a win will see us leapfrog Derby into 4th place. Unfortunately(?) old favourite Chris Baird will be unavailable, due to suspension, for Derby. Still this will be another tricky game, which ones aren’t? and our recent record against the Rams isn’t too good, we’ve not beaten them in the last five games between us loosing twice and drawing three times,  however if Slaviša can get the team to maintain the incredible levels of concentration, performance and get his tactics across then both Aston Villa and Cardiff will know that they’ve a real struggle to stay ahead Fulham FC, roll on Saturday afternoon.

Sheffield United have forced their way back into the top six with their impressive 1-3 midweek away win at Reading, which means that Bristol City drop out of play-off places.

other games of interest this weekend include the Friday night clash between Middlesbrough and Leeds…

FRIDAY 2ND MARCH

Middlesbrough v Leeds

SATURDAY 3RD MARCH

Aston Villa v QPR

Bolton v Preston NE

Brentford v Cardiff

Bristol City v Sheff Wed

Shelf Utd v Burton

Wolves v Reading

 

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Games of interest for weekend 24-25/02

This weekend top of the table Wolves visit Craven Cottage

 

This game will be a tough test for Slaviša and the lads however if we play like we did the last home game against Aston Villa I believe that Fulham will have enough to beat Wolves although I’d take a point for a draw if offered.

If you can’t make it to the game you’ll be able to watch it on Sky TV (17:30 kick-off)

other Championship games of interest this weekend include…

SATURDAY 24TH FEBRUARY

Sheff Wed v Aston Villa

Reading v Derby

SUNDAY 25TH FEBRUARY

Cardiff v Bristol City

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Interesting games…

After an impressive run of 11 unbeaten games Fulham have given themselves a real chance of automatic promotion, it won’t be easy and I’m sure we’ll face some setbacks however there’s a real  “belief” among Fulham fans.

With 13 games left in the Championship run-in here are some of the games that will be of interest…

SATURDAY 24TH FEBRUARY

Fulham v Wolves

Sheff Wed v Aston Villa

Reading v Derby

SUNDAY 25TH FEBRUARY

Cardiff v Bristol City

FRIDAY 2ND MARCH

Middlesbrough v Leeds

SATURDAY 3RD MARCH

Aston Villa v QPR

Brentford v Cardiff

Bristol City v Sheff Wed

Derby v Fulham

Wolves v Reading

TUESDAY 6TH MARCH

Cardiff v Barnsley

Fulham v Sheff Utd

Preston NE v Bristol City

QPR v Derby

Sunderland v Aston Villa

WEDNESDAY 7TH MARCH

Leeds v Wolves

SATURDAY 10TH MARCH

Burton v Bristol City

Cardiff v Birmingham City

Preston NE v Fulham

Aston Villa v Wolves

SUNDAY 11TH MARCH

Nottm Forest v Derby

SATURDAY 17TH MARCH

Fulham v QPR

Bristol City v Ipswich

Wolves v Burton

Bolton v Aston Villa

SUNDAY 18TH MARCH

Derby v Cardiff

FRIDAY 30TH MARCH

Barnsley v Bristol City

Cardiff v Burton

Norwich v Fulham

Middlesbrough v Wolves

Derby v Sunderland

SATURDAY 31ST MARCH

Hull v Aston Villa

MONDAY 2ND APRIL

Preston NE v Derby

Bristol City v Brentford

Sheff Utd v Cardiff

TUESDAY 3RD APRIL

Aston Villa v Reading

Fulham v Leeds

Wolves v Hull

SATURDAY 7TH APRIL

Cardiff v Wolves

Derby v Bolton

Millwall v Bristol City

Norwich v Aston Villa

Sheff Wed v Fulham

TUESDAY 10TH APRIL

Aston Villa v Cardiff

Bristol City v Birmingham

Fulham v Reading

Wolves v Derby

SATURDAY 14TH APRIL

Aston Villa v Leeds

Burton v Derby

Fulham v Brentford

Middlesbrough v Bristol City

Norwich v Cardiff

SUNDAY 15TH APRIL

Wolves v Birmingham

SATURDAY 21ST APRIL

Bolton v Wolves

Bristol City v Hull

Cardiff v Nottm Forest

Derby v Middlesbrough

Ipswich v Aston Villa

Millwall v Fulham

SATURDAY 28TH APRIL

Aston Villa v Derby

Fulham v Sunderland

Hull v Cardiff

Nottm Forest v Bristol City

Wolves v Sheff Wed

SUNDAY 6TH MAY

Birmingham v Fulham

Bristol City v Sheff Utd

Cardiff v Reading

Derby v Barnsley

Millwall v Aston Villa

Sunderland v Wolves

I’m sure that the teams currently just outside the top six, Shelf Utd, Middlesbrough, Preston & Brentford will have a say in how the season ends the games where the top six play each other will be interesting to watch.

It should be an interesting run in with, at a minimum, a play-off place

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