Here are a selection of news articles posted on Fulhamweb on this day in the past:
Fulham explain no show at Stadium meeting
Fulham's managing director Michael Fiddy has written to 12,000
local residents after deciding to boycott a meeting organised by a
group opposed to their stadium redevelopment plans
Jean Tigana won't pay over the odds
Fulham boss Jean Tigana could be given a £50million transfer kitty
during the summer but the manager of the first division champions won't
be paying over the odds for players.
Wimbledon Rangers at Loftus Rd
Wimbledon and Queens Park Rangers have agreed to merge, forming a team that may start next season in the Nationwide First Division, the Sun newspaper reported without citing sources.
Fulham linked to Tomas Repka
NATIONWIDE LEAGUE champions Fulham are leading
Aston Villa and Borussia Dortmund in the chase to sign Fiorentina defender
Tomas Repka, according to sources in Italy
Louis Saha signs for 5 years
Leading goalscorer Louis Saha has committed himself to Fulham this afternoon
by signing a new five-year contract with the Londoners.
Chris Coleman selected for Wales
Fulham defender Chris Coleman, whose top-flight career was almost ended
by a horror car crash, has finally been recalled to the Wales squad.
Fulham 2 Everton 0 - Match Report
Fulham were jubilant after two disastrous own-goals ensured another season in the Premiership, condemned Everton to defeat and left the visitor's UEFA Cup hopes in serious danger of going the same way as their ruined Champions League dream.
Fulham 2 Everton 0 - Post Match Comment
Fulham had plenty of chances and were good value for this win, which represents 'job done' for caretaker boss Chris Coleman as Mohamed Al Fayed's club can now look forward to a third term of top-flight football come August.
Clark praises Collins John
Fulham captain Lee Clark has put Collins John's recent good form down
to an improved work ethic displayed by the young forward.