Divi 1 scores & stats - Barnsley v Fulham

last updated Saturday 10th February 2001, 5:15 PM

Fulham Football Club are the top club in the Nationwide league.

Another point in the bag although in better weather and a more average performance from their Keeper we should have got three. The team seems to be having difficulties since Christmas but fortunately we are not the only ones as Bolton drew at home to Huddersfield and Blackburn lost away at Nottingham Forest. We are still top of Division One of course and are 10 points clear of Bolton in second spot and now 16 points clear of Blackburn in third place. Roll on the better weather and some classy football again.

The Fulhamweb prediction for this match was 3-1 to the Cottagers with a crowd of 16750. Well the result was 0-0 in front of 14654. How did you do?

Our next match is at home to Nottingham Forest on Saturday the 17th hopefully with the return of John Collins and Bazza Hayles. We could also have the pleasure of a vist from Chris "Cookie" Coleman.

Say ... We are top of Division One after just over half of the campaign, have lost only two game, have the best goal difference and the leading scorer in the Premier and Nationwide leagues.


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Saturday 10/02/01 - Nationwide Division One
Home Away FT (HT) KO
Barnsley (17) Fulham (01) 0-0 (0-0) FT comment
Bolton (02) Huddersfield (21) 2-2 (0-2) FT comment
Burnley (10) C. Palace (16) 1-2 (1-0) FT comment
Gillingham (15) Grimsby (19) 1-0 (0-0) FT comment
Norwich (12) Crewe (20) 1-1 (0-0) FT comment
N. Forest (07) Blackburn (03) 2-1 (0-0) FT comment
Preston (09) QPR (23) 5-0 (0-0) FT comment
Sheff Utd (08) Birmingham (05) 3-1 (2-0) FT comment
Tranmere (22) Wolves (13) 0-2 (0-1) FT comment
Watford (06) Portsmouth (14) 2-2 (2-2) FT comment
West Brom (04) Stockport (18) 1-1 (1-0) FT comment
Wimbledon (11) Sheff Wed (24) 4-1 (2-1) FT comment
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Saturday February 10 2000


Barnsley (0) 0 Fulham (0) 0

With none of the top six able to win Fulham maintained their 10 point advantage at the top of the First Division after a 0-0 draw at Barnsley.

Barnsley Miller, Regan, Ward, Hayward, Chettle, Barker, O'Callaghan, Bullock, Jones, Shipperley, Neil.

Subs Not Used: Dyer, Walker, Thomas, Brown, Rankin.

Booked: Hayward.

Fulham Taylor, Finnan, Melville, Symons, Trollope, Clark, Goldbaek, Davis, Fernandes (Riedle 63), Saha, Boa Morte.

Subs Not Used: Hahnemann, Moller, Sahnoun, Neilson.

Booked: Finnan.

Att: 14,654 Ref: J P Robinson (Hull)

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Saturday February 10 2000


Bolton (0) 2 Huddersfield (2) 2

Bolton stay second but they had to come from two down to earn a 2-2 draw with Huddersfield at the Reebok Stadium. Martin Smith put the Terriers in front after six minutes and Kevin Gallen doubled the lead after 23, but Gudni Bergsson pulled one back on the hour and a Per Frandsen free-kick in injury time rescued a point.

Bolton Banks, Bergsson, Warhurst (Marshall 29), Hendry, Elliott, Summerbee, Frandsen, Nolan (Gardner 38), Farrelly, Ricketts, Hansen (O'Kane 81).

Subs Not Used: Sommer, Passi.

Booked: Nolan, Ricketts. Goals: Bergsson 60, Frandsen 90.

Huddersfield Vaesen, Heary, Lucketti, Moses, Jenkins, Thornley (Gorre 90), Holland, Armstrong, Smith, Facey, Gallen (Dyson 86).

Subs Not Used: Phillip Senior, Gray, Irons.

Goals: Smith 6, Gallen 23.

Att: 14,866 Ref: C Webster (Shotley Bridge, Co Durham)

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Saturday February 10 2000


Burnley (1) 1 Crystal Palace (0) 2

Burnley lost for the seventh time in nine games when Crystal Palace stole the points with a last gasp win, their first at Turf Moor.Paul Cook gave the Clarets the lead, Mikael Forssell levelled and Clinton Morrison popped up for his 18th of the season to make it 2-1.

Burnley Michopoulos, Weller, Branch, Davis, Cox, Little, Cook (Smith 45), Johnrose, Mellon, Payton (Mullin 80), Moore, Smith (Maylett 76).

Subs Not Used: Crichton, Armstrong.

Booked: Mellon, Smith. Goals: Cook 13.

Crystal Palace Gregg, Austin, Smith, Harrison, Rodger, Rubins (Gray 69), Pollock (Thomson 76), Frampton (Black 69), Mullins, Morrison, Forssell.

Subs Not Used: Freedman, Carlisle.

Booked: Rubins, Pollock, Rodger. Goals: Forssell 75, Morrison 90.

Att: 14,973 Ref: W Burns (Scarborough)

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Saturday February 10 2000


Gillingham (0) 1 Grimsby (0) 0

Gillingham Bartram, Ashby, Pennock, Hope, Southall, Saunders, Smith, Gooden (Asaba 57), Edge, Shaw (Browning 72), King (Thomson 90).

Subs Not Used: Patterson, Onuora.

Booked: Saunders. Goals: King 62.

Grimsby Coyne, McDermott, Groves, Enhua, David Smith, Donovan, Burnett, Coldicott (Raven 83), Campbell, Rowan (Butterfield 65), Jeffrey.

Subs Not Used: Croudson, Black, Handyside.

Booked: Enhua, Burnett.

Att: 8,633 Ref: C Foy (St. Helens).
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Saturday February 10 2000


Norwich (0) 1 Crewe (0) 1

Crewe were looking for a third win on the trot at Carrow Road and led Norwich through Rodney Jack's opener after 52 minutes. But Chris Llewellyn made it 1-1 two minutes from time.

Norwich Andy Marshall, Sutch, Jackson, Lee Marshall, Kenton, Mackay, Nedergaard, Russell, McVeigh (Coote 58), Abbey (Forbes 58), Llewellyn.

Subs Not Used: Green, Dalglish, de Blasiis.

Booked: Forbes, Lee Marshall. Goals: Llewellyn 88.

Crewe Bankole, Macauley, Shaun Smith, Lunt, Walton, Wright, Sorvel, Rivers, Street (Gannon 89), Hulse (Ashton 86), Jack.

Subs Not Used: Ince, Little, Foster.

Booked: Street, Gannon. Goals: Jack 52.

Att: 15,164 Ref: P Alcock (Halstead)

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Saturday February 10 2000

Nottm Forest (0) 2 Blackburn (0) 1

Blackburn's 11-match unbeaten run came to an end with a 2-1 defeat at Nottingham Forest. Chris Bart-Williams put Forest in front with a 25-yard free-kick and Christian Edwards also hit the spot with a dead ball kick. The game was over when Matt Jansen pulled one back a minute from time.

Nottm Forest Beasant, Bart-Williams, Edwards, Scimeca, Olsen, Prutton, Andy Johnson, Brennan, Benali, David Johnson, Jones (Harewood 75).

Subs Not Used: Roche, Hjelde, Williams, John.

Booked: Andy Johnson. Goals: Bart-Williams 52, Edwards 66.

Blackburn Friedel, Curtis, Berg, Taylor, McAteer (Gillespie 70), Flitcroft, Dunn, Duff, Mahon (Berkovic 56), Bent, Hughes (Jansen 56).

Subs Not Used: Filan, Short.

Goals: Jansen 89.

Att: 22,455 Ref: A Bates (Stoke on Trent)

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Saturday February 10 2000


Preston (0) 5 QPR (0) 0

Preston kept up with the pack chasing the play-off spots with a 5-0 thrashing of Queen's Park Rangers who held out until the 51st minute. Then Jon Macken struck twice in quick succession, American Brian McBride, David Healy and Iain Anderson piled on the agony.

Preston Moilanen, Parkinson, Edwards, Jackson, Murdock, McKenna (Barry-Murphy 75), Rankine, Cartwright, Macken (Gunnlaugsson 76), McBride (Anderson 76), Healy.

Subs Not Used: Lucas, Kidd.

Goals: Macken 51, 61, McBride 68, Healy 71, Anderson 87.

QPR Miklosko, Darlington, Baraclough, Morrow (Ready 74), Rose, Wardley, Kulcsar, Peacock, Connolly (Scully 74), Ngonge, Kiwomya.

Subs Not Used: Harper, Heinola, Dowie.

Booked: Kulcsar, Kiwomya.

Att: 14,423 Ref: T Parkes (Birmingham)


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Saturday February 10 2000


Sheff Utd (2) 3 Birmingham (0) 1

Birmingham's run of three wins on the bounce was ended at Bramall Lane where Sheffield United came out on top 3-1. Shaun Murphy knocked in the first, Paul Devlin converted a penalty for hand ball and Paul Peschisolido scored against his old club. Geoff Horsfield's 89th minute strike was little consolation.

Sheff Utd Tracey, Kozluk, Sandford, Murphy, Curle, Devlin, Brown, Santos, Ndlovu, Peschisolido (Montgomery 86), D'Jaffo (Kelly 81).

Subs Not Used: Ullathorne, Uhlenbeek, Suffo.

Goals: Murphy 31, Devlin 40 pen, Peschisolido 64.

Birmingham Bennett, Eaden, Tiler, Michael Johnson, Gill (McCarthy 47), Grainger, Woodhouse, Sonner, Lazaridis (Hughes 76), Horsfield, Adebola (Andrew Johnson 57).

Subs Not Used: Poole, Bass.

Booked: Woodhouse, Gill. Goals: Horsfield 89.

Att: 19,313 Ref: M Jones (Chester)

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Saturday February 10 2000

Tranmere (0) 0 Wolverhampton (1) 2

Tranmere stay in the bottom three after a 2-0 home defeat by Wolves. Sean Flynn turned a Michael Branch cross into his own net and Adam Proudlock was left with a simple tap in after the Rovers' defence was pulled apart.

Tranmere Achterberg, Challinor, Jobson, Hill, Hinds, Yates, Flynn (Perry Taylor 60), Hamilton, Koumas, Rideout (Hume 24), Parkinson.

Subs Not Used: Murphy, Henry, Roberts.

Booked: Hill.

Wolverhampton Oakes, Muscat, Butler, Pollet (Lescott 45), Naylor, Branch (Ketsbaia 90), Dinning, Andrews, Robinson, Sinton, Proudlock.

Subs Not Used: Emblen, Stowell, Ndah.

Booked: Pollet, Naylor, Sinton. Goals: Flynn 21 og, Proudlock 47.

Att: 9,678 Ref: K Hill (Royston)
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Saturday February 10 2000


Watford (2) 2 Portsmouth (2) 2

Tommy Smith netted twice in four minutes to put Watford in front against Portsmouth but Pompey earned a 2-2 draw with Nigel Quashie and player-boss Steve Claridge getting the goals.

Watford Chamberlain, Panayi (Hyde 45), Page, Ward, Robinson, Palmer, Nielsen, Vernazza, Smith, Helguson, Kennedy.

Subs Not Used: Smart, Wooter, Baardsen, Armstrong.

Goals: Smith 13, 17.

Portsmouth Flahavan, Crowe, Hiley, Waterman, Panopoulos, Thogersen, Derry, Quashie, Sharpe, Bradbury, Claridge.

Subs Not Used: Rudonja, Nightingale, Mills, Tardiff, Miglioranzi.

Booked: Crowe. Goals: Quashie 39, Claridge 45.

Att: 16,051 Ref: B Knight (Orpington)
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Saturday February 10 2000


West Brom (1) 1 Stockport (0) 1

West Bromwich led through a Jason Roberts goal a minute before half-time at the Hawthorns but Kevin Cooper made it 1-1 to give Stockport their fourth successive draw.

West Brom Jensen, Lyttle, Clement, Butler, Carbon, Fox, Sneekes, Appleton, Van Blerk (Fernando Derveld 84), Roberts, Hughes (Taylor 80).

Subs Not Used: Hoult, Sigurdsson, Jordao.

Goals: Roberts 44.

Stockport Jones, Nicholson, Flynn, Cooper, Grayson, Gibb, Wiss, Clare, Smith (Fradin 67), Kuqi, Wilbraham (Maxwell 37).

Subs Not Used: Dibble, Woodthorpe, Carrigan.

Booked: Wiss, Flynn, Cooper. Goals: Cooper 78.

Att: 16,385 Ref: E Wolstenholme (Blackburn)

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Saturday February 10 2000


Wimbledon (2) 4 Sheff Wed (1) 1

Sheffield Wednesday stay anchored to the foot of the table after a fourth successive defeat, going down 4-1 at Wimbledon. Trond Anderson bagged a brace, Jason Euell and an own goal by keeper Marlon Beresford the others with Efan Ekoku scoring the consolation goal for the Owls against his old club.

Wimbledon Davis, Cunningham, Kimble (Holloway 45), Euell (Gray 85), Andersen, Williams, Ainsworth, Francis, Agyemang (Gayle 83), Hawkins, Karlsson.

Subs Not Used: Heald, Hunt.

Goals: Andersen 5, Euell 9, Beresford 70 og, Andersen 83.

Sheff Wed Beresford, Haslam (De Bilde 65), Harkness, Walker, Quinn, Sibon, Hendon, Lescott, Ekoku, Bromby (Morrison 74), Blatsis (Westwood 57).

Subs Not Used: Hamshaw, Stringer.

Booked: Hendon, Lescott. Goals: Ekoku 17.

Att: 6,741 Ref: A Leake (Darwen)

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