Tag Archives: Fulham

Bank Holiday Premier League Matches Expose Divide Between US and UK

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s this time of the year when it’s most noticeable how many more public holidays the United Kingdom has compared to the United States. Because Boxing Day this year fell on a Saturday, it means that today (Monday, the 28th) … Continue reading

Where Might Craig Bellamy Land in January?

Posted on by Dave Warner

It should be plainly obvious to any football fan with half a brain that Craig Bellamy is looking at the front door. From the moment that his fellow Welshman Mark Hughes was sacked at Manchester City, reports emerged that Bellamy … Continue reading

Which Club Outside the Big Four Can Win the Premier League?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

If you blinked, you may have missed it. But in Tuesday’s Daily Telegraph, Manchester United captain Gary Neville said he believed that an outsider could win the Premier League. “I think the Premier League is getting stronger, with teams like … Continue reading

What Is This Current Manchester United Team Capable Of?

Posted on by Jesse Chula

I sat utterly bemused Saturday as I watched Manchester United altogether inept in front of goal away to their current bogey ground, Craven Cottage. Manchester United lost their second out of the last three matches and fifth league match of … Continue reading

Is Roy Hodgson Playing With Scared Money?

Posted on by Dave Warner

While Fulham needs a win in Basel today to advance to the knockout stage of the Europa League, Roy Hodgson doesn’t seem to think this is a must-win game for his club. He told reporters on Monday that he planned … Continue reading

Hodgson and Fulham Set To Continue The Good Work

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Over the years since he bought an ailing and abject club, Mohamed Al Fayed has certainly made some “interesting” decisions over the years. Whilst Mickey Adams was rewarded for taking the team up to Division One by being sacked in … Continue reading

Bullard’s Resurgence Can Lift Hull City

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Things are very rarely simple at the K.C. Stadium, not while Phil Brown is there. Back in January, he raised eyebrows when he paid £5 million for the effervescent Fulham midfielder Jimmy Bullard. Not that there is any doubting the … Continue reading

Poll: Which EPL Team Do You Least Look Forward To Watching On TV?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Okay, admit it. Even though you thoroughly enjoy watching the Premier League, especially your favorite team each week, there are often times when you’re not too bothered about missing a match on television featuring teams that either don’t excite you … Continue reading

Legends Of English Football: #11 Johnny Haynes

Posted on by Paul Bestall

I think it’s apt to finish this series with perhaps the player who is often held up as the reason that allowed footballers to earn the wages that they do in this day and age. Yet, to simply think of … Continue reading

Manchester City: a First Class Club with a First Class Atmosphere?

Posted on by Alex Caulfield

Fair play to Manchester City, Carlos Tevez, and manager Mark Hughes for a fluid performance against West Ham United at Eastlands on Monday evening. Their 3-1 victory inched the Blues ever closer to the pinnacle of the Premier League table, … Continue reading

Two Wins In A Calendar Year Isn’t Mischief Making

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Hull City Chairman Paul Duffen has ridden to the defence of his beleaguered, battered and bruised manager after another capitulation on Saturday saw Hull brushed aside 6-1 at Anfield. 7 games into the season and Hull City have just 4 … Continue reading

Legends Of English Football: #10 Ted Drake

Posted on by Paul Bestall

In the annals of Arsenal’s history, one name conjures images of a bygone era, baggy shorts and a dead eye for goal. In the record books, his name still stands alone for the most goals scored in one season, with … Continue reading

Why Can’t David Healy Score In The Premiership

Posted on by Paul Bestall

If you were your country’s top scorer with a healthy 35 goals in 73 appearances, chances are you’d be an established top league player in most countries in Europe. Add to that record a career that has seen you start … Continue reading

Altidore: “England Early in the Morning”

Posted on by Dave Warner

Jozy Altidore seems to be handling this Twitter thing a little better than Darren Bent. While Bent tossed his toys out of the pram in 140 characters or less, the teenage American striker calmly tweeted to his followers: England early … Continue reading

Premiership Promotion Preview No.3 Burnley

Posted on by Paul Bestall

OK, so if you’re expecting sarcasm and a general belittling of Burnley, then I suggest you look for another article somewhere else on the internet. There will be no mention of pets, the diet of Burnley’s population, nor its voting … Continue reading

Farewell Sir Bobby Robson 1933-2009

Posted on by Paul Bestall

It’s with a heavy heart that I start this posting, as the sad news that Sir Bobby Robson has finally lost his fight with cancer after a 13 year battle with the disease. Sir Bobby’s last public appearance was at … Continue reading

Fulham’s Dempsey And European Classmates Frustrated By Brazil

Posted on by Ethan Armstrong

After Clint Dempsey moved to Fulham in 2007, his leap in quality was beyond remarkable. This was evidenced in his subsequent call-ups to the US national team. Stronger, defter, more confident. He was a new player. He’d already been a … Continue reading

Time For The Other Big Four To Step Up Next Season

Posted on by Paul Bestall

With another season drawing to a close and the usual suspects in their normal places in the top four, isn’t it about time that the second level of teams finally pushed up to join them? With Everton once again in … Continue reading