Here are a selection of news articles posted on Fulhamweb on this day in the past:
Collins back for Stockport?
Fulham could have influential midfielder John Collins back. The former Scotland international captain has missed the last four games with hamstring trouble as the Cottagers stretched their lead at the top of the table to 10 points.
Fulham lack edge - D. Telegraph
Fulham players, Steve Finnan, Rufus Brevett and Sylvain Legwinski continued to impress. They just need a greater cutting edge. Fulham are a joy to watch until they reach the final third where their insistence on over-elaboration is frustrating.
Fulham denied - Times
Fulham, on a chilly afternoon, twice made the crossbar shiver and a second goal, from Steve Marlet in the 89th minute, sent a tremor through United. Newcastle United will have mused on that and made a brighter appraisal of their trip to Old Trafford on Wednesday, but the charm of these weeks arises from the weaknesses.
Jean Tigana looking for passion
Fulham boss Jean Tigana admits he will be glad to see the back of 2002 - but insists the new year holds no relegation fears for him.
Fulham v West Brom under threat
Referee Graham Barber could be called to make an early pitch inspection on Wednesday morning ahead of the game with West Brom.
Petta loan deal completed
fulham fc football club, the premiership team, have swooped to bolster their squad by snapping up out-of-favour Celtic star Bobby Petta on loan until the end of the season
Premier League Preview - 1st-2nd Jan
The turn of the year is generally viewed in life as an opportunity to start afresh, complete with resolutions to kick any bad habits and move forward more productively