Here are a selection of news articles posted on Fulhamweb on this day in the past:
Grimsby 1 Fulham 0 - Match report
Grimsby retained first division status for another year, as a 27th minute goal
from skipper Paul Groves gave them a comfortable 1-0 victory over champions Fulham.
"our players didn't perform"
Fulham skipper Andy Melville denied the below-par Cottagers had one
eye on their summer holidays, although Marcus Hahnemann's half-hearted attempt
to save Groves' winning strike suggested otherwise.
Champions beaten - The Guardian
Same division, different league, off the field at least. Across the white line,
however, commitment and resolve can often amount to a stronger force than talent
fitfully applied, and for 90 minutes the paupers of the First Division stuffed
it up the princes good and proper.
Grimsby saved - The Independent
What's another year? Well, vastly increased TV money £2.2m, as opposed
to £500,000 if they were in the Second Division), much higher gate receipts,
retention of their best players and the survival of plans for a new stadium for
Fulham Ladies on T.V. and Radio
Fulham Ladies and Doncaster Belles will play in the most prestigious
event in the ladies season as they compete for the F.A. Cup at Crystal Palace's
Fulham Ladies win the Cup 2 -1
Fulham Ladies made up for their FA Cup misery of 12 months ago, seeing off a spirited
Doncaster Belles side to lift the trophy for the first time.
Elrich signing for Fulham
The agent of Socceroo midfielder Ahmad Elrich says
he expects his client to complete a move to English
Premier League side Fulham in the next few days
Malbranque back in for Blackburn
Malbranque stormed out of Craven Cottage after discovering
he had not even won a place on the bench against Everton,
a match Fulham won 2-0 to guarantee their Barclays Premiership