Here are a selection of news articles posted on Fulhamweb on this day in the past:
Fulham frustrated by passion play
It will not cause heart tremors among the bookmakers who have already decided to pay out on Fulham for the Nationwide League first division title, but for the first time this season they have failed to win in two successive home matches.
Time-wasting top tactic
FULHAM were frustrated at every turn yesterday as they sought in vain to stretch their leadership back to 12 points. Sticking to the true tradition of Neil Warnock sides, Sheffield United hustled, bustled and closed down in a Craven Cottage encounter that grew increasingly tetchy.
Cottage pitch like Man Utd's
Fulham could have taken a leaf out of Sir Alex Ferguson's book and blamed the rugby matches played at Craven Cottage for a pudding of a pitch that contributed to this disappointing result, though as it is over 15 years since they had a rugby league side here, that might have been stretching it even by Fergie's standards.
New pitch in Summer
Fulham are to replace the pitch at Craven Cottage in the summer because its terrible condition has contributed to a dip in their home form.
Fulham on T.V. again
Fulham against Newcastle United has been put back, from Saturday 6th April until
Monday 8th April at 8pm, so that it can be covered live on television.
Luis Boa Morte poised for return
Fulham striker/midfielder Luis Boa Morte is poised for a return to action against Blackburn this weekend,
with the player taking part in a full training session today.
John Collins unhappy in reserves
fulham Premier league midfielder John Collins will consider hanging up his boots and moving into coaching when his Fulham contract expires in the summer.
Match Report - Fulham 2 Everton 1 - 04.02.2004
fulham fc football club, the premiership team, midfielder Luis Boa Morte let his football do the talking tonight as he set up both Fulham goals to dump Everton out of The FA Cup and clinch a last-16 clash with West Ham
Post Match Reaction - Fulham 2 Everton 1
fulham fc football club, the premiership team, boss Chris Coleman saluted his players for their resolve as they finally overcame Everton in extra-time of their FA Cup fourth round replay
Goma extends contract
Fulham central defender Alain Goma has signed an extension to his contract at Fulham which will see him staying at the Club until 2006
Match Report - Liverpool 3 Fulham 1
Fulham worked hard but it was not enough to prevent Fernando Morientes scoring his first Anfield goal and Liverpool eventually claiming victory