Here are a selection of news articles posted on Fulhamweb on this day in the past:
Fulham so superior - Sunday Times
PALACE manager Alan Smith claims he has no regrets about leaving his comfortable academy coaching job at his beloved Fulham for the hot seat at Selhurst Park, but after watching his team slip to their sixth straight defeat at the hands of his former employers, he must be questioning his judgment.
Fulham ruin Palace - Independent
Crystal Palace remembered the heroes of 1969 at half-time in this match, heady days when they played Fulham and celebrated promotion from the old Second Division to the top flight. But yesterday at Selhurst Park the roles were decisively reversed, with Fulham seemingly destined to go up as champions.
Arsenal want Sean Davis
ARSENAL want Fulham's Sean Davis, who former manager Kevin Keegan said was, "as good as any player of that age I have ever seen," when he watched him as a teenager.
Martin Djetou is sorry
Fulham midfielder Martin Djetou hopes to use a trip to Old Trafford to forget about his worst performance for Fulham.
Boa Morte is innocent
Football Assocation has dismissed a claim of improper conduct against Fulham's Portuguese international striker Luis Boa Morte
Fulham losses slashed
Fulham slashed losses in their second year in the English Premier League and said on Wednesday measures were in place to ensure financial stability before too long
Liam Rosenior aiming to block Ronaldo
There can be few occasions when Manchester United midfielder Cristiano Ronaldo squares up to an opponent with a point to prove. But there is little doubt that tomorrow at Old Trafford Manchester United's mercurial winger has a score to settle with Fulham defender Liam Rosenior
Davies urges Fulham to raise their game
Fulham midfielder Simon Davies has called for a vast improvement in Fulhams away form as Roy Hodgson's side close in on a pivotal stage in their bid to avoid Premier League relegation
Fulham beat Juventus to make last 8
Clint Dempsey wrote himself into Fulham folklore by firing the Cottagers into the last eight of the Europa League with a 4-1 win over nine-man Juventus
Hughes defends Chairman Al-Fayed
Fulham manager Mark Hughes has defended chairman Mohamed Al Fayed's decision to erect at statue of music legend Michael Jackson at Craven Cottage
Champions League QF draw
It might not affect Fulham this year but it is good to keep in touch with the European scene for next season