Here are a selection of news articles posted on Fulhamweb on this day in the past:
Blackburn to take 2nd place
Blackburn won an important
victory tonight in terms of their efforts to get promoted into the Premiership.
The result was 4-1 at Bolton, the team that has been on our coat tail
for half the season. Blackburn's win means that they are now favourite
to take the second place in the Division One promotion struggle.
Gillingham 0 Fulham 2 - Match Report
Goals by player-coach John Collins and
substitute Luis Boa-Morte eased First Division champions-elect Fulham
a step closer the Premiership at Priestfield.
Fulham showed character
Fulham player-coach John Collins was pleased with his goal - the third of the
season - but admitted: "It was a hard-fought match but we showed a lot of
Fulham start badly - S.Times
Fulhams five Frenchmen where emphatically had the better of by Arsenals
half a dozen on this largely Gallic occasion.
Fulham dominated - S. Independent
Fulham and Arsenal were equal in terms of Frenchmen starting the game, with four in each
side and a further two per club sitting on the bench. There was no such parity
in the number of goals scored, however, as Arsenal ran out comfortable winners
It is an old standard of a question, one beloved of match programmes and teen football magazines. But sometimes you want to ask it.
Collins John caught by van der Sar
Fulham new-boy Collins John has revealed that Manchester City had been tracking him for months before he opted to join the West London club
Man Utd fans top big spenders league
When asked how much they spent in addition to ticket price, on things such as transport, food, betting and a match day programme, Fulham fans spent on average, £33.67. The average Premiership fan spent £37.02.
Swansea boss hoping for some luck
Swansea boss Roberto Martinez hopes the giant-killer shoe will be on the other foot tonight when Swansea City bid to set up a David-and-Goliath clash with Manchester United by beating Fulham.
Fulham go in to QF with Man Utd
Fulham striker Bobby Zamora scored for the second time in three days as Fulham left it late to book an FA Cup sixth-round meeting with Manchester United at the expense of Swansea