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Sunday 30th August 2015, 4:47 PM



 
For what's it's worth, I do think that Mr Khan wants the club do well( but not at any cost) we appear to be putting together a half decent squad and perhaps he will review the situation at Chriistmas. If we are pushing for a play off place Kit would probably stay till the end of the season, but if we are struggling near the foot of the table feel he will dispense of his services. Like the vast majority of you out there I am far from convinced that we have the right man at the helm. Accepting the fact that Kit has forgotten more about football than Ill-ever know you can only judge by what you see week after week and nothing I have seen this season gives me hope that we are going in the right direction.
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I have changed my opinion on Khan also. The squad we have put together has impressed me for the purpose required. We have acquired championship players who can obviously perform on this stage. I think Rigg has had a big influence and I'm sure Kit has been involved. I still however think Kit is the weak link and hasn't got the experience or know how to get the team performing as a unit. I do hope I'm wrong but things have definitely gone in the right direction. Beating Rotherham isn't great football but we would have had a lot more problems against them and Sheffield Utd last year.
posted by Steve (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 4:59 PM
 
I'm quite surprised at you, Steve. You've long been a critique of Kit and Khan and, I'm not really sure why you've changed your mind, except you've been persuaded by the results this week. As far as I'm concerned not much has changed. Yes, our squad has improved, but I still feel we under performed last year, and will do the same this year, so long as Kit remains in charge, yesterday provided the perfect example of Kit's failings. We had the game wrapped up, but his lack of control over his team meant that we spent the last 20 minutes in a blind panic. Against a half decent side, we'd never have made it over the finishing line. Our squad wasn't terrible last year, and yes, it's even better now....but the tactics are still dreadful. Sorry to say it as it is, but Kit is simply not the right person, and he couldn't even get the Galacticos to perform
posted by Rr (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 6:02 PM
 
I promise you I'm very much not a kit fan and if he left tomorrow I would renew my season ticket. My improved hope is that someone in the club has purchased the correct players and most of the people we are associated with would be useful additions. Last year we would have struggled in the last two matches and you would struggled to find two matches last season where the statistics were in our favour. I am kits biggest critic and that doesn't change. I do think that someone at the club is showing common sense.
posted by Steve (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 7:15 PM
 
Common sense would tell me that Mackintosh and Symons should be removed. The former, because of the bitter taste his tenure has left in all of our mouths, and Symons because, whoever we buy, will never have the best brought out of them, so long as he is in charge.i am certainly more confident of survival than last year ( so long as Ross isn't sold) but, sadly, no more than that, as long as Kit stays. Big Sam may not appeal to many, as his style of play is questionable, but I certainly fancy our chances of returning to the Premiership, even if we don't buy any more players, if he was to take over
posted by Rr (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 7:32 PM
 
 
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Sunday 30th August 2015, 4:38 PM



 
FULHAM MUST BE A BIG CLUB, WE ATTRACT SO MANY WANKERS FROM OTHER VERY SMALL TEAMS, THAT READ OUR MESSAGBOARDS, CAN HONESTLY SAY I HAVE NEVER BEEN ON OTHER CLUB SITES, DONT REALLY GIVE A FUCK,, SUPPOSE ITS ONE OF THE THINGS THAT MARK US OUT FROM THE UNDERLING being kind] TYPE OF BERKS THAT INTRUDE ON OUR SITE, SO SAD
 
 
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Sunday 30th August 2015, 3:16 PM



 
Cant keep up with it, another defender Spearman joins,Manceine still in the mix, and now Fredericks from Bristol city, another defender in, so assume Burns and Spearman will be centerbacks Ream left back and Richard right back, Husband will go back to boro, so were does Manciene, Garbutt and Fredericks fit in ? along with Hutch , all on the bench ,? Grimmer , or has he gone on loan?,interesting but what we have been waiting for, a choice of defenders, now for one good striker with RM and Woodrow and this squad is as good as it gets in this div, and for this kind of money. coyw .PS just need Kit to coach how to kill a game and take no prisoners.
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Even stranger is the fact that Lonergon ,pringle cairney and stearman and ream (i think )all were voted player of the season for there clubs and then signed for us.What does that tell us? are we still a club with clout and aura? or has Mr Khan put his hand in his pocket deeper and offered a lot more than there old clubs.?
posted by the bishop (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 3:27 PM
 
We won't sign them all. We are just casting a wide net so that we at least get one or two to fill the weak positions. Some of the rumour is also just that I'm afraid.
posted by MST - Sunday 30th August 2015, 8:57 PM
 
 
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Sheff Wed offering 10 big ones for him! barter a bit and take 12 as he is on the slide.
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he took while to get going last season will get goals must keep best players and bit late to find replacement good team player no would be bad move
posted by Big Red (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 11:53 AM
 
Why would McCormack go to Wednesday??!
posted by Ffc (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 12:05 PM
 
Why wdnt he we're on the up you've had yr day we're massive especially when compared to fulham
posted by sth owl (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 12:50 PM
 
There's no way Wednesday will finish above us this year and who would want to leave London for Sheffield?! Even if we accepted (we shouldn't!!) he wouldn't.
posted by COYWFFC (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 12:55 PM
 
You on speaking terms lmfao be nice for him to play for a big club again
posted by sth owl (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 12:59 PM
 
Been so long that wednesday was a big club can't remeber it (did they play in prem. did they reach a euro cup final ??? Will they ever do so ??? Doubt it the only thing that stinks in my mind is about the match fixing by wednseday players !!!!!
posted by The real Freddie fulham (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 1:09 PM
 
I know we ain't a big club now but average gates of about 20,000 below us in the championship and less known that Sheffield Utd certainly doesn't make you lot very famous. Sheffields probably better known for rugby nowadays since you haven't been in the top flight since man landed on the moon. We have our status sorted best you do as well.
posted by Steve (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 1:18 PM
 
McCormack would not want to be tagged a championship player so he'd stay or go to a premier league club or maybe Celtic. Not sure where Sheffield Wednesday suddenly got the money from - so sounds strange!!
posted by John (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 1:20 PM
 
Lmfao fulham have an never will be a big club FYI we were founder members of pprem a lpas in a second rate final means nowt
posted by sth owl (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 1:21 PM
 
We know we are not a big club its you that needs a reality check. Still your okay back to school this week. Your holidays over.
posted by Steve (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 1:32 PM
 
The only two sides that we have lost too this season, Brighton and Hull, are at the moment sitting 1st and 2nd in the league table. We only lost to both of these sides in the dying minutes of the games, and if Matt Smith's header had hit the post and gone in, instead of coming out, we would now be sitting with 8 points, with Brighton on 10. Once we have our new players settled in, we will be passing both Brighton and Hull, and Brentford will be left well behind in our slipstream. Let's all hope that one of the new signings will be a striker, and then we will be all set for a really good season.
posted by Ian Huntely (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 2:30 PM
 
Just two teams in a big city and you're both still shitte. Stick to pigeons and whippet racing or what ever it is you do with them.
posted by Boring (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 10:35 PM
 
McCormack to Wednesday , that really is a " LMFAO" you northern monkey
posted by H (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 11:04 PM
 
I'm an FFC season ticket holder, with a lifelong partner born and raised in Sheffield. So what's all the bile about folks from South Yorkshire? I guess the cretin who resorts to that oh so tired cliche about 'whippet racing' has probably never been further north than Hammersmith Bridge. And the retard who rejoices in the 'northern monkey' slur....you're probably the kind of prick that still calls Ipswich supporters Tractor Boys.
posted by NewMaldenPaul (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 11:53 PM
 
 
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Don't Kid yourself Kit, the result of the game yesterday could quite have been different.

From what I observed of the game, tell me why our defenders seem to be marking only themselves and not the opponent?...

We still could have let in two goals yesterday, up against a better opponent we will be punished. In that case what will be the excuse then?...
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rob you can say that about all games Brighton are top we were better team second halve could have got a point same at Hull it's a very tight division in joy a win save your moaning for when we lose
posted by Daniel Kimberley (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 11:11 AM
 
Please be grateful that there are still worse teams than us in this division. We got 3 points and should be happy. Anybody who knows anything about football won't be fooled in to thinking that all our problems are behind us, that Kit is now a fantastic manager. We already know that a mid table finish would be a remarkable achievement with him in charge. We have a decent team...wouldn't it be interesting to see how far this same squad could go with a talented, experienced manager at the helm? Sadly we may never know
posted by Rr (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 11:11 AM
 
Rr if kit don't deliver after money spent in window I'm sure Rigg will get rid your right we have a good squad now
posted by Daniel Kimberley (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 11:40 AM
 
Rr - agree. the squad has improved but Symons hasn't.
posted by stephen terry (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 1:08 PM
 
think we would piss the league,, agree totally with rr
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Sunday 30th August 2015, 6:38 AM



 
We need more than Richard Stearman because FFC need a settled team which picks itself and gets used to playing together over a period. Mousa Dembele is French therefore looks off the pace but he certainly knows where the goal is I'd play him. FFC still need two more defenders with Championship experience. Fact.
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"Dembele is French so therefore looks off the pace"?? Seriously Rich?
posted by MST - Sunday 30th August 2015, 11:42 AM
 
 
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with the acquisition of Stearman and the loan of Husband hopefully for more than a month, plus the rumoured attempts to sign a couple more before Tuesday it may well put to rest the fears that khan only wants the club for all things short of a successful progress back to the prem. COYW'S
 
 
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Saturday 29th August 2015, 8:29 PM



 
With spearman joining, if he is as good as cb wolves think, I think the defence rebuilding job is almost done, albeit with no real depth in hutch or burn as back up. the real issue now is up front. I am still unsure about Dembele. I think he needs one or more years - he seems like he lost interest in the game midway through today. Although Woodrow done really well and scored 2 goals in the 30-40 mins he played coming on as a sub, he is never going to be prolific and doesn't appear to gel well with McCormack. We really need a quality experience striker!! I hope we still have 8m in the kitty to get someone in the next few days.
 
 
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Saturday 29th August 2015, 6:39 PM



 
Great win for Fulham!! Played really well in the first half, especially first 20mins. Husband is class. But I am really worry about the teams fitness and concentration level. Either they got complacent or there is an issue with their fitness and concentration level. They were in well control but went asleep and lost the sharpness and tempo midway through the 2nd half. It is like watching 2 different teams every game. Need to sort this out if they want to move up the table!!' Rotherham is not a good team and fulham had the chance to win by 4 or 5!! Conclusion: well done for winning but need to work the full 90mins next time!!
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don't think it's fitness they need to concentrate for 90 plus mins it's a worry
posted by Daniel Kimberley (Guest) - Saturday 29th August 2015, 7:30 PM
 
A very good win, but agree with the above posts. I firmly believe that this squad would be capable of reaching the playoffs, if it wasn't for the manager. Kit is simply not smart enough to manage at this level. He doesn't know how to close up a game, and shut out the opposition. We always look vulnerable even when 2 up: the players get jittery and Kit just prays
posted by Rr (Guest) - Saturday 29th August 2015, 7:50 PM
 
Just reading the report. They missed a penalty and had a goal disallowed. Doesn't sound as though it was as comprehensive as the scoreline suggests against the bottom placed side. I wonder if it just papers over the cracks. I guess time will tell.
posted by Hints (Guest) - Saturday 29th August 2015, 11:00 PM
 
Sadly it does more than tells us nothing: it allows Kit more time. A loss today would probably have sealed his fate, and now he's bought time
posted by Rr (Guest) - Saturday 29th August 2015, 11:03 PM
 
Sadly it does more than tells us nothing: it allows Kit more time. A loss today would probably have sealed his fate, and now he's bought time
posted by Rr (Guest) - Saturday 29th August 2015, 11:04 PM
 
Sadly it does more than tells us nothing: it allows Kit more time. A loss today would probably have sealed his fate, and now he's bought time
posted by Rr (Guest) - Saturday 29th August 2015, 11:04 PM
 
Comprehensive win. Loads of shots. We could gave got 6. Back to back wins but you guys are so wedded to a downer on Fulham you can't stop. Have a think and stop this self serving criticism. You accuse Kit of lacking judgement ans sense - it's you lot who none of these qualities. You should join Ahsley Maddison and some stress relief
posted by Phil (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 9:10 AM
 
WOW! Phil, that has to be the biggest 360 since Torvill and Green!
posted by Hints (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 10:13 AM
 
Getting excited about beating the worst team in the championship not good really ?
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So we've managed to win a game. Now watch Kit make a few changes. Don't change a winning side except for injury. Confidence is all!
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Its all quiet on the western front, oh sorry moaners front. I think its KIT and the BOYS THREE .MOANERS jack all
posted by geezer (Guest) - Saturday 29th August 2015, 5:19 PM
 
great to win lads... But Kit is a shit manager, we should be beating a team at the bottom of the table.
posted by David (Guest) - Saturday 29th August 2015, 5:42 PM
 
Seriously Geezer. A 3-1 win against the team bottom of the league and you are using capital letters. You really will be dancing in the streets if we manage to get a win at home against someone in the top 23...
posted by bassim - Saturday 29th August 2015, 6:33 PM
 
leave Geezer a lone wins a win well done Fulham
posted by Daniel Kimberley (Guest) - Saturday 29th August 2015, 6:52 PM
 
Why can't you enjoy the felling of actually winning? There is something wrong in the head of people on here, we moan when we lose and moan about who we beat when we win.. Have a word with yourself
posted by Adam (Guest) - Saturday 29th August 2015, 7:28 PM
 
If we are still winning games in ten games time we might have turned things around. We were playing a team that are very likely to finish in the bottom three with a player wage bill of £5m compared to our wage bill circa £60m. We have the players to be real contenders in this league, with proper management anything but a top 6 is a vast underachievement.
posted by Riverside (Guest) - Saturday 29th August 2015, 7:45 PM
 
dont worry i fell good about it and fell we are on the up.
posted by English (Guest) - Saturday 29th August 2015, 9:59 PM
 
Did you trip up on your English, English?
posted by Fred (Guest) - Saturday 29th August 2015, 10:51 PM
 
No Adam fells good so why should img I fell good.
posted by English (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 7:44 AM
 
Look on the bright side we've made a better. Start than this time last year !!!!!!
posted by The real Freddie fulham (Guest) - Sunday 30th August 2015, 1:02 PM
 
 
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were on our way to europe
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Gd win against a fellow relegation rival we can survive
posted by kat (Guest) - Saturday 29th August 2015, 4:57 PM
 
 
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Got this from the Expressandstar.com Wolves accept Fulham offer for Richard Stearman - report Wolves are believed to have accepted a bid of £2million from Championship rivals Fulham for defender Richard Stearman. Soccer - Sky Bet Championship - Cardiff City v Wolverhampton Wanderers Richard Stearman looks set for a shock move to Fulham The 28-year-old was Wolves' player of the year last season - but was surprisingly left out of the squad for today's game against Charlton Athletic. Stearman has been Wolves skipper since Danny Batth picked up an injury at the end of last season. He has one year left on his contract - but Wolves have the option of extending that by a year. If Wolves did sell Stearman it would leave Kenny Jackett short of experience at the back, with a team that has already struggled defensively this season. Fulham were chasing team mate Kevin McDonald earlier this summer, having two bids of around £1m rejected.
 
 
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One up ben
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0 - 2 Prnigle, pen McCormack. COYW
posted by Banjowest7000 - Saturday 29th August 2015, 3:27 PM
 
Pringle that should have been :-)
posted by Banjowest7000 - Saturday 29th August 2015, 3:28 PM
 
come on kit
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