Here are a selection of news articles posted on Fulhamweb on this day in the past:
Fulham Ladies make England squad
Fulham ladies star Rachel Yankey has been rewarded for her two-goal showing against Whitehawk by being called into the England squad.
Kieran in Scotland U21 squad
Former St Johnstone man Kieran McAnespie has been rewarded for his excellent start to the season with Fulham with a call-up to the Scotland Under-21 squad to face Croatia next month.
Fulham FC explain ticketing shambles
At the Club we regret that numerous supporters have had cause to complain regarding the Service they have received from Ticketmaster and our Membership Bureau (Synchro Systems).
Leeds trip in 2003 delayed
Fulham's game against Leeds at Elland Road, originally scheduled for Easter Monday, has been moved back to the following day, Tuesday 22nd April 2003, kick-off 7.45pm.
UEFA launch Fulham inquiry
An investigation has been launched by Uefa after players from Fulham and Liverpool were subjected to racist abuse last week by supporters in Croatia and Spain respectively.
Captain Edwin van der Sar
Fulham keeper Edwin van der Sar has been made team captain following his efforts wearing the armband in the derby game against Chelsea.<
Coleman puts price tag on Diop
Fulham boss Chris Coleman has warned his Barclays Premiership rivals it would take a staggering amount of money to prise Papa Bouba Diop away from Craven Cottage
Roy Hodgson admiring of Wenger
Fulham boss Roy Hodgson welcomes Arsenal to Craven Cottage on Saturday evening as he looks to build on his sides encouraging performance in the 2-1 loss against Man City
Schwarzer plays through injury
Fulham keeper Mark Schwarzer managed to last the entire 90 minutes despite injuring himself midway through the second half