Here are a selection of news articles posted on Fulhamweb on this day in the past:
Demon ends Fulham sponsorship
Demon Internet has announced it will not be negotiating to renew its shirt
sponsorship of Fulham Football Club when its current 3 year deal ends in May
West Brom v Fulham - Squad news
Midfielder John Collins is set to make his first start in five matches for the Cottagers after recovering from a hamstring injury.<
Kit Symons goes to the Palace
Fulham and Crystal Palace have completed the signing of Fulham's Welsh international
Kit Symons in a £400,000 deal.
Fulham 2 Everton 0 - Match Report
Fulham's 2-0 victory against Everton was clinched by a Barry Hayles brace - but the forward amazingly escaped unpunished as he appeared to stamp on Toffees captain David Weir in a 22-man brawl that saw two red cards and could spark a Football Association charge against both clubs.
Fulham 2 Everton 0 - Post Match Reaction
Fulham striker Barry Hayles' brace clinched his sides 2-0 victory over Everton
- and he amazingly escaped unpunished as he stamped on Everton's Weir during
a general melee 15 minutes from the final whistle.
Fulham 1 Leeds 0 - Post Match Reaction
Fulham assistant boss Christian Damiano saluted his team, saying: "We were in a difficult position with our strikers, but Malbranque was good and Boa Morte played a great game.
Fulham flatten Leeds - S.Times
Fulham striker/midfielder Luis Boa Morte, too quick for either Jonathan Woodgate or Michael Duberry, was leading Fulham as a one-man strike force, given that four forwards were missing.
Fulham rise above Leeds - S.Telegraph
Fulham were without their four main strikers due to being injured or suspended but Luis Boa Morte took it upon himself to become a one-man running machine at the Leeds defence. It almost produced a goal for him in the opening minutes and he broke what resistance Leeds could muster after 10.
Fulham eager and energetic - The Observer
Fulham ensured that the hits just kept on coming for Terry Venables and Leeds United. As comprehensive a one-goal defeat as is imaginable condemned him and them to their fourth consecutive Premiership defeat.
Whispering campaign against Jean Tigana
Fulham football club said today that we have been made aware of a malicious whispering campaign against our manager, in relation to the handling of players' transfers.
Fulham draw The Robins in F.A. Cup
The 2004 FA Cup Third Round draw took place on Sunday afternoon at the FA's Soho Square headquarters. Peter Shilton and Fulham legend George Cohen presided over the draw.
Sava says goodbye to his mask
fulham fc, the premiership team, striker Facundo Sava has revealed he will no longer wear masks as part of his goalscoring celebrations.
Boa Morte up before beak on the 10th
fulham fc, the premiership team, midfielder Luis Boa Morte will have a personal hearing into his improper conduct charge (breach of FA Rule E1) on Wednesday, December 10
Ferguson warns Ronaldo to stop diving
Sir Alex Ferguson has emphasised to Cristiano Ronaldo the importance of eradicating play-acting from his repertoire, after the Manchester United manager grew concerned that his talented winger was becoming better known for his diving than his ball skills