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Author Archives: Russ Goldman

The Highs And Lows Of Being A Fulham Supporter

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Being a Fulham supporter I feel is a unique experience, as I have gone through many incredible moments such as watching the team play in a Europa League Final, but I have seen the other side now, as the club … Continue reading

Why Martin Jol Needs to Stay At Fulham And Follow Everton Blueprint

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After Fulham survived a tough season in the Barclay’s Premier League, slipping to 12th in the league, the speculation continued about the future of Fulham manager Martin Jol. Sacking a manager happens often, but when is the right time for … Continue reading

Uncertain Times At Fulham Puts EPL Survival In Their Own Hands

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As a Fulham supporter, I’ve experienced several up and down seasons, but the performance on Saturday against Reading at Craven Cottage was disgraceful. Fulham have reached forty points, and should be safe from relegation, but the door is still open, and the club unfortunately did not … Continue reading

Why the Europa League Still Matters to Fulham Supporters

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Almost a year ago to the day, Fulham were in the Europa League Final to face Atletico Madrid in Hamburg, Germany. Fulham ended up losing 2-1 on a late goal by Diego Forlan. However, this tournament will always have special … Continue reading

Tom Glick, Chairman of Derby County: Exclusive Interview

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Derby County Football Club finished 19th in the Championship this season. It is a club with a rich history and very loyal fans. I had the pleasure of getting in touch with Chief Executive, Chairman of Football and President of … Continue reading

4 Reasons Why Fulham Need to Keep Manager Mark Hughes

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Looking at the table and seeing Fulham currently in 18th position halfway through the season it makes sense to be concerned as a Fulham supporter. The next thing many fans are going to look at are the reasons why Fulham … Continue reading

Roy Hodgson's Change Of Heart Leads to Imminent Signing of Paul Konchesky

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This summer I have followed Roy Hodgson’s journey to Liverpool. Hodgson’s move to Anfield has taught me some valuable lessons. First, every individual should do what is best for themselves and what is in their heart. Second, a manager has … Continue reading

New England Revolution Youth Could Help In Second Half of Season

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The New England Revolution are struggling right now in Major League Soccer. They are currently fifth in the Eastern Conference with 7 points. This seems like a strange time to be confident, but Revs fans should be encouraged by the … Continue reading

Will Fulham Become the 2001 New England Patriots Or the 2005-06 Middlesbrough?

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Fulham are on the brink of history. On Wednesday, they will be playing in the Europa League Final against Atletico Madrid. Win or lose this match, Fulham will leave some sort of historical mark. The question is which historical direction … Continue reading

Chance Encounter With Daniel Hernandez of FC Dallas

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It was Saturday morning and I needed to run a few errands with my 2 year old son. I thought I would take him to Patriot Place to walk around and get some exercise. Patriot Place is adjacent to Gillette … Continue reading

5 Reasons Why Fulham Can Conquer America

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This entry is in response to an article I read in February on EPL Talk. The article was entitled 5 Reasons Why Manchester City Can Conquer America. The Gaffer discussed Manchester City’s upcoming preseason tour of the United States. The … Continue reading

Supporting Fulham From America: My Personal Journey

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In the United States, it didn’t used to be easy to see your favorite English Premier League team each week. Your team might not be shown on broadcast television each week. You might not be able to find your team … Continue reading