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Saturday 20th April 2024, 12:18 AM



 
Marco Silva expects a tight game against Liverpool and i agree and expect that but it could also turn into a nightmare for us if we don't defend properly. They will have the assistance of Trent Alex and Jota back so there is plenty fresh in the locker for them and we have to be on it, aware, up for it etc etc. Liverpool are going through the stages of missing the woodwork, shaving the post, crossbar etc etc and not taking their chances which we can relate to. The odds that Liverpool will continue to rue their missed fortunes are remote and sooner or later they will start hitting pay-dirt. What we need to do is take our chances when they come along and make them count and we will get chances. One man who could make the difference for us is Robinson and he could be the cutting edge with his pace down the left but Robinson must be precise with his deliveries and i mean accurate to Muniz etc. Any over-passing and loose balls will see them counter-attacking and exposing us. Robbo will be busy down there with Mo Salah but he is capable and he can do a job and concentrate for 90 minutes.
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Bit short for you Owen,so what are you predicting? Liverpool definitely there for the taking I reckon a thrilling 2-1 victory we owe them a couple.
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Fulham forward Kieron Bowie will say goodbye to Sixfields tomorrow when he plays the final home game of a second successive loan season with Northampton Town against Exeter City. The Scottish under-21 international was instrumental in the Cobblers’ promotion from League Two last term and has been a pivotal part of Jon Brady’s side in League One this season, alongside his compatriot Marc Leonard, who has also spent two seasons with Northampton on loan from Brighton. Bowie told BBC Radio Northampton: “It’s a bit strange for us to have both been here for two seasons, it’s almost felt like a two-year contract, but it’s part and parcel of the game and you come and go places. But obviously it’s special to have been here for two years. The fans have given us their support and we’ve tried to repay that. You see a lot of loans that don’t work out but it’s worked out really well for both of us. We were just young lads hoping for a chance when we first came here and we got that chance and thankfully we took it and I can’t thank the club enough.” The former Raith Rovers forward has scored fourteen goals in 83 games for Town, adding nine assists. The 21 year-old emotional Sixfields farewell will see him pitted against his Fulham team-mate Luke Harris.
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Luke Harris will also be doing a second season in division one with Exeter
posted by Leon (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 9:33 PM
 
If the club thinks he has potential as a first teamer for us then the least he needs next season is Championship football. Staying at Exeter would suggest that we think that’s his level – and maybe it is!
posted by Tony Gilroy (Guest) - Saturday 20th April 2024, 12:28 AM
 
 
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Cmon fulham under 21 bashing chelsea in cup match
 
 
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Friday 19th April 2024, 10:35 AM



 
In all the years I have been watching football games, I have never see it in such a sorry state. For the duration of a 90 minute game, we may get to to see about 20 minutes of actual play, the rest is made of dramatics, wasted time with free kicks taking place due to dangerous tackles, I don't think it will be long before we see players crippled for life due to some reckless chalange. We see players rolling over on the ground thumping the ground and urging the medics to come quickly because they are in distress and yet withing minutes they are back in the game as nothing ever happend. We see idiot managers like Arteta virtulay on the pitch by the sideline, way out of his technical area waving his arms all over the place and at times acting as a ball boy..last night I watched David Moyes roll over on the ground in dispair and looked like a child having a tantrum.. For gods sake, what has happened to the dignity of managers?. We see mamagers spit, bad enough when players do it, but even more discraceful when you see a manger on the side line spit. It's a shame to see the game now on it's knees.
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When you say you watched football for many years, exactly how many are we talking about? My experience and stats to back up, the eighties and nineties were 100x worse. You see a Keane like tackle on Haaland every week! Legs broken in every club. I am glad they have raised the awareness and stamped it out. Hopefully they can do the same on mini cheating and drama in the next 20 years!
posted by JohnC (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 10:44 AM
 
GAMES GONE TO POT little bees last game 100 minutes of football 40 odd minutes playing time managers have to be seen to be volatile and one of the lads dont recall Roy rolling on the floor players down at drop of the hat every club does it some more than others referring back to time wasting refs told to add to much on upsets schedules
posted by Ipitombi (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 11:08 AM
 
Been watching football live for 70;0dd. Years have to say regarding ffc as for broken legs can only think of three bad breaks regarding ffc zamora busby and Sheffield lad as for the other players hunter and co they was hard but doubt they set out to break legs
posted by Ipitombi (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 11:23 AM
 
Must confess there were some hard nuts about way back , been at ff since 1948 , and it was accepted no one knew any thing else ,we also accepted it, mullerey short arse but so hard never pulled out of any tackle, harris, mcready keane leeds utd, all the giant center backs ,oddly enough never saw many injuries , just knocks bruises, no egos, just give what you get .what was best ?? the winging cheats who never get hurt just mess there hair up or the guys who gave there all for ten quid a week?.
posted by the real arch bishop (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 12:18 PM
 
Football has changed in many ways, the thing that surprises me most is that players wear virtually no body protection. Boots like trainers with spikes and no ankle protection.
posted by The Time Is Now - Friday 19th April 2024, 5:41 PM
 
 
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Exeter City manager Gary Caldwell said he would like to keep Fulham loanee Luke Harris at the club next season. The 19-year-old from Jersey joined the League One side in January after a summer move fell through. Harris has scored three goals and provided two assists in 21 games in a spell in which Exeter have regained their form and moved from the relegation places to mid-table. "The players love him, he's fitted in really well. "He'll be the first to tell you he loves playing for this football club and we will have discussions with Fulham about what is best for Luke next season." Harris is the second Fulham player in as many seasons to have had a big impact on Exeter City after Jay Stansfield spent the last campaign at St James Park. Stansfield scored nine goals in 39 games for the Grecians and has impressed in the Championship this season with Birmingham City. “I think potentially more time with us next year would be really helpful for has development because he's another player, like Stanno that we had from Fulham, that I can see playing for Fulham in years to come," Caldwell told BBC Radio Devon. "So if we can help Fulham with that and help Luke with that development then we'd love to do so, because he is a great lad and he is a player that we know the players and the staff all love working with."
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Luke Harris loves Exeter because they start him every game and let’s be honest here league one is his level.
posted by Leon (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 7:54 AM
 
The full season loan deal would suit Luke perfectly. Fulham pay his pay his very high wages on loan. Luke is earning six times more than Exeter’s highest earner. As part of the deal Luke gets to start every game Luke would not want to play for any other team as he won’t be guaranteed starts. He not yet good enough for a championship loan and Fulham won’t know that. If he did get a championship loan he would be keeping the bench warm and have minutes here and there if he lucky so the Exeter loan will go ahead in my opinion.
posted by Jonjo (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 7:59 AM
 
NOOOOO Luke needs to start with Fulham’s first team I don’t want another season in division one
posted by Pete (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 8:33 AM
 
We need Luke's midfield power back at the Cottage.
posted by HBD (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 9:19 AM
 
you watch chelsea will come back in the summer with a bid of about 50 mil
posted by old un (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 5:24 PM
 
you watch chelsea will come back in the summer with a bid of about 50 mil
posted by old un (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 5:24 PM
 
sorry i mean r50 million rupees
posted by old un (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 5:27 PM
 
If Harris is decent he should be playing in the Championship not in the 1st division.
posted by The Time Is Now - Friday 19th April 2024, 5:43 PM
 
Luke Harris definitely returning to Exeter for a further season in league one. When he finished that loan he will be 20. Will be a forgotten soul only worshipped by division one fans
posted by Sam (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 9:13 PM
 
If the club thinks Luke Harris has potential as a first teamer for us then the least he needs next season is Championship football. Staying at Exeter would suggest that we think that’s his level – and maybe it is!
posted by Tony Gilroy (Guest) - Saturday 20th April 2024, 12:30 AM
 
 
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Nice to see him playing in the quarter final of a European cup?! Is he still a Fulham player?!
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No - 20 games, 2 assists & 1 goal. Good luck to him though
posted by Dan (Guest) - Thursday 18th April 2024, 8:43 PM
 
 
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In the last week, I think we’ve learned from top Wuropean teams on how to beat Liverpool and City. You don’t beat them by playing their game like playing the ball out or having a high line. Atalanta showed you can beat Liverpool by simply man mark individual, keep your structure and counter. Likewise to beat Man City, you need a low block and hope you can counter. They both got absolutely frustrated and end up losing. We have them coming up, I hope Marco is watching. We basically cannot play our normal game if we want to win. Our season is over but nice to ruin a couple of big teams too!
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I agree, for example it is difficult to understand why we have not beaten Liverpool this season as we have looked the better team for most of the games. Man City are a different proposition as they stop you playing against them and they are almost bound to score goals so we must score more than them which is not easy. If Liverpool get beaten tonight we have a chance as they will player a weaker team against.
posted by The Time Is Now - Thursday 18th April 2024, 2:37 PM
 
Our highest Premier League points record is 52 we did last year and once before, another 11 points from our remaining five games would do it and might sneak us into a European place.
posted by The Time Is Now - Thursday 18th April 2024, 3:10 PM
 
You are joking Time!
posted by Time and a Place. (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 9:21 AM
 
Head scout of Liverpool Barry Hunter watched Harris 4 times during the peak rumour period “30 million to Chelsea. Barry Hunter told a very good mate of his when asked if he had watched Harris. Barry replied we have watched him closely not good enough I’m afraid on the ball he just lacks technically he just not good enough and then he said Liverpool have no interest in Harris. This is from a very good source friend of Hunter’s (not a Fulham fan)
posted by Sam (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 11:14 AM
 
 
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Will Luke Harris be coming back to Fulham or will he leave for Liverpool as per Mr Elliott?
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If we can get a silly price for a very ordinary player he will go. I do not think any other club HR department will be fooled whoever so he will be out on loan somewhere else next season.
posted by The Time Is Now - Thursday 18th April 2024, 3:15 PM
 
Head scout of Liverpool Barry Hunter watched Harris 4 times during the peak rumour period “30 million to Chelsea. He told a very good mate when asked about Harris - Barry replied we have watched him closely not good enough on the ball technically he just not good enough Liverpool have no interest in Harris.
posted by Sam (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 7:42 AM
 
Liverpool only sign the best 15/16/17 year olds. He was looked at when he was 17 by multiple clubs but no one “officially” made a bid. Harris is now 19 years old he no longer marketable at premier league level.
posted by Leon (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 11:07 AM
 
Head scout of Liverpool Barry Hunter watched Harris 4 times during the peak rumour period “30 million to Chelsea. Barry Hunter told a very good mate of his when asked if he had watched Harris. Barry replied we have watched him closely not good enough I’m afraid on the ball he just lacks technically he just not good enough and then he said Liverpool have no interest in Harris. This is from a very good source friend of Hunter’s (not a Fulham fan)
posted by Sam (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 12:14 PM
 
 
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Wednesday 17th April 2024, 11:12 PM



 
Arsenal’s Saka has to be the most overrated player in the Premier League.
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What's it got to do with FFC?!
posted by HBD (Guest) - Thursday 18th April 2024, 6:29 AM
 
Agreed - even if he is tired. He's too soft, too inconsistent. He will end up at a Brighton or Wolves in a few years and when he scores a hat trick against a relegation struggling side the commentators will claim 'he's back'.
posted by John (Guest) - Thursday 18th April 2024, 11:06 AM
 
Saka sh/t.
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Results in Europe this season just demonstrate how poor the quality actually is in the Premier League this season.
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Have to agree most exciting but technically when we play euro clubs with one exception ( Man City ) found wanting
posted by Ipitombi (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 11:39 AM
 
 
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Fulham back scoring goals and winning games. The prospect of this season dying outin April was dangerous because winning teams need to keep winning as losing becomes a habit. Just because we have reached the safety point and will not be relgated this is no reason for the First Team to feel complacent. The need to secure the players we do have is essential but Mario has worked wonders in the past. Wil-i-am could be a useful player 4 us/player agent in Brazil and S America. We need to shed players who have not performed this year as some seem injury prone. Our Goal Keeper should have some serious compeititon and I cannot immagine Marek Rodak with the No 1 on his shirt will hang about much longer given the lack of game time he has had. Keep Cairney for another season. Bring Jay Stanfield into the First Team proper and get shot of Kongolo and Viicus.
 
 
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Wednesday 17th April 2024, 10:43 AM



 
Brace yourselves, Silva will leave (many options abroad), Palhinha to Bayern, Robinson to Newcastle/Liverpool, Tosin to Spurs, Willian will also leave.
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That’s Fulham we will never keep top players we just can’t afford the wages, the big clubs pay three times what we can pay. These players play for Fulham because it’s their job, we support Fulham because it’s our passion.
posted by Putney (Guest) - Wednesday 17th April 2024, 11:08 AM
 
Need to be realistic about what we are, hopefully middle of the table premiership team that other clubs will watch and want some of our players. Look at Brighton and the players they have lost and replaced, and will probably loose again but remain a decent premiership team. Let’s look at some the players we have lost to bigger and better things and where they are now. Patrick Robert’s - Sunderland, Carvalhio and Seri - Hull, Ryan Sessignon - languishing at Spurs, Bettinelli - Chelsea 3/4th choice keeper. Harvey Elliott slowly developing at Liverpool but nowhere near first choice. Most of these players should have signed another deal and waited and developed instead of running for glory.
posted by Sussexcol (Guest) - Wednesday 17th April 2024, 12:19 PM
 
I think we can deal with losing Tosin and Palhinha. Willian is getting old anyway so a young blood replacement is not such a bad thing to reduce the age our our squad. The other potential departure is Robinson - he could be a big loss but then we didn't think we can find someone better than Tete last year. Looked what happened. So we may find someone as quick but better on the ball and at crosses than Robinson. I don't think its the case of the club not willing to pay the salary but players wanting to play for world elite clubs.
posted by JohnC (Guest) - Wednesday 17th April 2024, 12:38 PM
 
brace ourselves? these stories, rumours and most probably lies, have been doing the rounds for ages. or boyscout, it is you up to your usual stirring.
posted by craig (Guest) - Wednesday 17th April 2024, 2:42 PM
 
so john, who would you replace palhinha with?. you make it sound as if there are lots of players like him, when there are not. ,he always brings that bit extra to the team , i dont go along your assumption that he is that expendible.
posted by r john c total disagreement society (Guest) - Wednesday 17th April 2024, 2:51 PM
 
sussexcol, i have been saying for years on this board, no young player in the last 40 years has left fulham to then better themselves on the pitch, only financially. the last one to have a really good career was tony gale, aka stroller. that was in 1984, when he went to west ham. and younger players are always going to be tempted by the promises of houses, cars, etc. while those options are dangled invitingly under their noses, they will take them, and their agents wont care less how the move turns out, they have got their bunsen burner.
posted by zambesian (Guest) - Wednesday 17th April 2024, 3:12 PM
 
on Palhinha. Agree he gives us an edge in certain part of the game - namely tackling. I would rather have him than not. But he isn't the best passer of the ball for an elite midfielder by a country mile, he plays on the edge and gets a yellow card every other game, so we lose him for 5-6 games a season. Oppositions also know how to neutralise him by simply try to get him to get a yellow card. For £50m, I think he is replaceable, albeit not on the tackling.
posted by JohnC (Guest) - Wednesday 17th April 2024, 5:15 PM
 
All rumours/thoughts irrelevant main thing is to hang on to Marco Silva if he stays will be fine
posted by Chief (Guest) - Wednesday 17th April 2024, 7:21 PM
 
Agree with Tony Gale, but also Louis Saha had a great career at Utd as did Van der Sar. Go back even further with the likes of Mullery, Marsh, MacDonald etc all leaving and in most cases returning later in their careers. Palhinha is a very good player for us, but not necessary with other “big clubs”, probably not get booked so often at another club as he does at Fulham. As previously mentioned not too sure about his distribution but certainly gets stuck in. Not so great in front of goal as West Ham game showed, two good chances wasted.
posted by Sussexcol (Guest) - Wednesday 17th April 2024, 8:54 PM
 
Sussexcol sometimes I can not believe in what I read here !!! Harvey Elliott has won every single possible title with Liverpool !!! EFL Cup, FA Community Shield, UEFA Super Cup, Premier League, Champions League and FIFA Club World Cup and you think he would be better off if he stayed longer at Fulham ? winning what ? playing which tournaments ? Come on people you should give the academy players a little break and respect ! stop talking rubbish ! they have more chance of winning in the big clubs and not to mention probably they will also have more playing time for Man City, Liverpool, Barcelona etc than staying at Fulham open your eyes or did you forget that Fabio played a handful matches while Fulham was already relegated ? FFC manager was playing overrated underperforming on loan players and took a very long time for Fabio to get a chance if he was Man City academy player Guardiola would be playing Fabio for the first team much earlier !!! Time to awake up !!!
posted by MORPHEUS God of dreams and sleep (Guest) - Wednesday 17th April 2024, 8:56 PM
 
zambesian I guess that wining every single possible title with Liverpool !!! EFL Cup, FA Community Shield, UEFA Super Cup, Premier League, Champions League and FIFA Club World Cup it is really bad! Another one that needs to stop talking rubbish ... I order you to awake up !
posted by MORPHEUS God of dreams and sleep (Guest) - Wednesday 17th April 2024, 9:01 PM
 
Morpheus not being funny can’t disagree with what Elliot has, so called won at Liverpool, as a bit player. How much did Tosin win at Man City and also Cole Palmer with the great Guardiola. Maybe Marco is not the only premiership manager who doesn’t always play younger academy players. I don’t normally comment on this board and criticize the club I have supported for over 50 years but reading some of the comments and negativity towards most of the signings, players, management and ownership it annoys me. Thank god we have the owners we have now and not the David Bulstrode/Ernie Clays of this world who were only interested in one thing and the amalgamation with QPR
posted by Sussevcol (Guest) - Wednesday 17th April 2024, 9:40 PM
 
Looking at man city tonight against Real Madrid the only player on the pitch who has come through the academy and Guardiola is Phil Foden. Every other player has been bought in since Saudi take over.
posted by Sussexcol (Guest) - Wednesday 17th April 2024, 9:53 PM
 
Wow, I'm surprised you let The Real Snout get you so worked up, his prophesies have been woeful in the past and he is unlikely to be any better this time. It will be a summer like all the others, some will go, some will stay but Fulham will survive regardless.
posted by Doris (Guest) - Wednesday 17th April 2024, 9:56 PM
 
I can remember Jimmy Hill writing up in a big way about probably our worse player so he could sell him. Fulham have always known that the wealthier Clubs will always want our decent players but we must get maximum money for them so we can survive.
posted by The Time Is Now - Thursday 18th April 2024, 6:58 AM
 
morbid-us, who are you talking about? are you referring to the young elliott chasppie, who is not yet a first team regular?. you appear not to have woken up from your own sleep, you probably were in one when you prited your twaddle.
posted by zambesian (Guest) - Thursday 18th April 2024, 11:23 AM
 
doris, its not about getting worked up, but having him and soothsayer coming on here, and both repeating the same old rubbish can be boring .they may be the same person, their intentions are the same. i agree with what you mentioned, lets look forward to next summer.
posted by craig (Guest) - Thursday 18th April 2024, 11:38 AM
 
morphywotsit, what are you doing on here way past your bedtime? its clear you need more of what you are god of, so as zebedee says ,TIME FOR BED!
posted by stan (Guest) - Thursday 18th April 2024, 11:47 AM
 
Sussexcol ... Real Madrid match was an important Champions league semi final is complete different and understandable but to be already safe playing for nothing in a premier league match against already relegated Leicester and be 5 v 1 ahead with 70 min played and not to use any youngsters available on the bench but to bring player called Shane Duffy who was not going to stay for the next season is just a kick on the teeth of the FFC academy and by the way what Fulham as club could possibly gain from this? Anyway you need to analyse the whole picture! lets take another example Oscar Bobb played against FFC academy in a Premier League 2 u18 final two years ago and today he is worth more than 21 million pounds because Guardiola played him in 4 Champions league matches another 4 on the FA cup plus 12 premier league matches and 2 club world cup matches ... Once Marcelo Bielsa said in an interview .... it is the duty of a football manager to promote youngsters from the academy in order to improve players, squad and to generate money for the club !Now I order you to dream about that!
posted by MORPHEUS The God of dreams and sleep (Guest) - Thursday 18th April 2024, 5:52 PM
 
zambesian... yes I am talking about Harvey Elliott, I guess wining EFL Cup, FA Community Shield, UEFA Super Cup, Premier League, Champions League and FIFA Club World Cup means nothing to you, by the way his market value now is 30 million pounds, I order you to awake up now!
posted by MORPHEUS The God of dreams and sleep (Guest) - Thursday 18th April 2024, 6:17 PM
 
stan... I do not sleep ... I just guide people to sleep, giving the dreamer the shapes and story line that come with the sleep.
posted by MORPHEUS The God of dreams and sleep (Guest) - Thursday 18th April 2024, 6:38 PM
 
Isn't Morpheus a gay bar in Earls Court? A friend told me about it. I pass it on the way to the lube, er Tube.
posted by Paddy O'Doors (Guest) - Thursday 18th April 2024, 8:51 PM
 
On palmer if Man City boss to smart why did he give him away ( in todays inflated market worth three times as much why did he not sell him abroad why did he go to a potential team that could directly or indirectly damage you should have said stay or go abroad ( or his he a five minute wonder
posted by Ipitombi (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 12:21 PM
 
paddy, thanks for your post, this sleep-obsessed twat is just another soppy wind-up who will hopefully go away .
posted by morbid bus (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 12:58 PM
 
this rubbish you have been saying about sleep is just silly. all the people you have insulted with your soppy remarks, including zambesian, a regular contributor to this site for some years, must wonder whats coming next. to be honest, i really wouldnt bother again-thats an order!
posted by morpheus anti-fanclub (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 1:07 PM
 
morpheus anti-fanclub ... who I have insulted ? I just speak the truth on behalf of all academy players that are daily insulted and mocked in this forum and by the way you and your friends can contribute with rubbish for 100 years and still rubbish ! I order you to go back to sleep !
posted by MORPHEUS The God of dreams and sleep (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 2:32 PM
 
Paddy O'Doors ... really ? pass it on the way to the lube, er Tube ... he says .... I order you to be awake and to have fun !
posted by MORPHEUS God of dreams and sleep (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 2:44 PM
 
morbid bus ... Now I know who Paddy's friend is ... I order you to be awake and to have fun in Earls Court too !
posted by MORPHEUS God of dreams and sleep (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 2:48 PM
 
PLEASE morphy richards, you are not even slightly funny, and with your postings, you must be asleep yourself. exactly who are YOU to order anyone to do anything? finally, why have you posted three individual replies, when none would have sufficed?. you are clearly riled .please save everyone the pain and distress of any more. nobody can take it.
posted by morphine god of pain relief from idiots (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 3:39 PM
 
Of course it’s caring for them in the community that causes the problem. In the good old days of mental asylums they could be locked away and forgotten about. I’ve written to the government suggesting that wind farms have residential ‘sicknote culture’ areas where we could house those too mentally ill to work. The millions on long term sick benefits could then operate exercise bikes connected to the grid on those days when the wind doesn’t blow. On the days it does they could go round with dustpans and brushes sweeping up the birds mashed up in the propellers. The mentally ill benefit claimant gets daily exercise with the associated boost to self esteem and the nation gets a return in gigawatts for the outlay in universal credit payments. I’ve also suggested a similar‘pedalo’ arrangement for our gimmigrant friends. RNLI can ferry them to a handily moored barge and they can pedal away like billyo when it’s calm. Mrs O pays a fortune for spin classes so I’m guessing they’d be clamouring to take advantage of this scheme. Might shave a few quid off the annual £69 billion in benefits doled out each year too.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 4:07 PM
 
Sussex Elliot a rare example not a starter for big games squad player arguably our best though Carvalho seems to have improved his all round game Though admittedly against inferior opponents agree though no youngster would stay
posted by Ipitombi (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 4:48 PM
 
morphine ... I tell you what is really funny ... Funny is how people here can unfairly criticise young players without any real knowledge about the youth system, club youth development structure, the club politics, nor individual stats and performance and the same people cannot be criticised for doing so because they get offended! Since they have no arguments and a shallow knowledge the football subject goes out of the window ... apart of Sussexcol who kept the football subject to be fair but the rest I am not sure even if they know what is an offside ... anyway morphine ... I can take a donkey to the water, but I cannot force it to drink! I order you to go back to sleep!
posted by MORPHEUS The God of dreams and sleep (Guest) - Friday 19th April 2024, 7:27 PM
 
 
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Is Trevor Chalobah a better prospect than Tosin?
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Yes, not as casual as Tosin, he makes to many mistakes and stray passes that many of his fans fail to see but can spot from any other player (ie Diop, Lukic, Bassey etc). He may well fit in as a replacement for Maguire at Utd. Don’t think he will shore up many of the top six defenses.
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Had a client who offered me a day out at tower hamlets stadium with the cheaper end of a corporate ticket.Yes you are a long way from the pitch which spoils the atmosphere.But coming from Stratford tube station theirs a lot of bars eating places and shops on the door stop to suit most tastes.Back to ticket wich l will mention as our stand will hopefully open.Show the man your ticket go through automatic barrier go up escalators show attendant he directs you to the right section which has been paid for.Go in your sectional door met by smart lady puts on arm band with apiece to pull off which allows you 1 drink only.Man next to her gives you a programme and teams squads.Food available has to be paid for.Ten minutes before game team sheets handed out you have to pay for extra drinks and good seats and facilities are good after game you allowed 1and quarter hrs to have a drink which you have to pay for.As the arsenal game was on telly you can not see the hole game as the broadcast shuts off at one and quarter hours off you go,so we went to a bar in stratford to watch the whole game.I now will tell you the price for 1 drink,program and facilities price for their cheapest package which I’m sure our club will follow £2500 for 1 drink .The food and drink dearer package is £10,000 2 and quarter hours before the game and halftime 15 mins and 1 and quarter hours after the game.And finally for the older fans I met Alan Taylor yes the man who broke my heart at Wembley who score the 2 goals in the final and scored the two goals for West Ham he signed my programme, saying he’s sorry that he spoiled my day with my late dad and he won’t do it again, I have said it before yes you can lose a game but my saddest days was 1975 final,Swansea away relegated to bottom div and Hamburg final .
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I cry every day watching the RNLI Ubering in those gimmigrants on GBNews. Everything else is like a party compared to that.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Tuesday 16th April 2024, 3:53 PM
 
you know, i had the same trouble only last christmas.
posted by Ted (Guest) - Tuesday 16th April 2024, 4:24 PM
 
God bless those brave RNLI volunteers, how anyone can slag them off is unbelievable.
posted by Ian (Guest) - Tuesday 16th April 2024, 5:02 PM
 
Apparently inflation has fallen, good news. But tell me how Inflation can drop in the very month Council Tax Payments went up 5 to 11% BT phone lines costs rise 35% to £98 a quarter, while Water rates went up 10%+. Lets not forget food costs still rise every week and that’s if you can still get some foods, Mrs O is complaining every week about the lack of quality and variety on the shelves. I’ve not had a truffle for days. Prescription & none prescription medicines are now a state controlled & rationed raffle. But don’t worry, RNLI are still ubering in boatloads of highly qualified doctors, nurses, engineers and care workers so it’s all good.
posted by Paddy O’Unbelievable (Guest) - Wednesday 17th April 2024, 8:18 AM
 
The Government control the figures and they are doing everything they can to make themselves better than we all know they really are.
posted by The Time Is Now - Wednesday 17th April 2024, 9:22 AM
 
RNLI , they don’t discriminate when saving lives.
posted by Ian (Guest) - Wednesday 17th April 2024, 10:08 AM
 
ted, why have you duplicated my post , on a totally different subject ?
posted by herne bay dave (Guest) - Wednesday 17th April 2024, 2:54 PM
 
 
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I prompt AI to write essays that support my beliefs, that way when I read them, I am under the illusion that other people agree with me. It's a wonderful way to live. I also fat me farmers.
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you know, i had the same trouble only last christmas.
posted by herne bay dave (Guest) - Tuesday 16th April 2024, 4:04 PM
 
That is the trouble with most social media sites they are generally about people expressing opinions not about conversation, debate or reassurance.
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Luke Harris grabbed his third goal contribtuion in four games as he scored for Exeter City in a 4-2 win at Port Vale. The Grecians found themselves 2-0 behind at Vale Park at half-time, but Harris completed the turnaround in the 79th minute with a volley that looped over Connor Ripley, before celebrating in front of the Exeter fans. Harris has featured in every game during the Grecians' eight game unbeaten run. Jay Stansfield is on a streak of his own, with the striker making it three goals in his last four games after hitting the back of the net against Coventry City. Birmingham won the game 3-0 with Stanno scoring Blues' final goal of the afternoon. The striker made a smart, darting run into the box and slotted the ball under Bradley Collins as Blues' survival hopes took a huge boost. Luca Ashby-Hammond was on the winning side for a second game in a row as Notts County secured a 3-1 victory at Walsall. Wigan Athletic claimed an impressive 2-1 win at Lincoln City in League One, with forward Martial Godo playing 71 minutes in the Latics' triumph at Sincil Bank. Elsewhere in the third tier, Kieron Bowie played the full 90 minutes for Northampton Town as the Cobblers were defeated 2-0 at Fleetwood Town. Olly Sanderson receieved 34 minutes off the bench for Sutton United as they claimed a point in their bid to survive in League Two with a 2-2 draw at Harrogate Town. In the Scottish Championship, Chris Donnell came off the bench for Airdrieoanians in their 2-1 win at Dunfermline Athletic to make it four straight wins. Over in Austria, there were minutes for Ibane Bowat and Terence Kongolo, who started for TSV Hartberg and Rapid Vienna respectively.
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thanks for that very informative round-up. one thing though. none of the loanees are anywhere near the fulham first team, nor are they likely to be in the forseeable future. ashby-hammond may provide cover for leno next season, as rodak surely wont have another season just being wheeled out for cup games. the others, they will return in may, then be sent out on loan again. even the world class luke harris. qpr would probably snap him up.
posted by paddy o bore (Guest) - Tuesday 16th April 2024, 10:47 AM
 
Luke should be playing 1st team football at the Cottage.
posted by Herne Bay Dave. (Guest) - Tuesday 16th April 2024, 12:59 PM
 
Agree Dave Luke Harris is an absolute superstar no doubt he should be playing regular first team football for Fulham next season hopefully Marco takes note of his excellent play for division one Exeter
posted by Pete (Guest) - Tuesday 16th April 2024, 1:33 PM
 
where have you appeared from, herne bay dave? i know you and herne bay pete are not the best of friends.
posted by paddy o bore (Guest) - Tuesday 16th April 2024, 3:25 PM
 
Should be down the beach with your WWII Zeiss keeping an eye on our fragile coastline.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Tuesday 16th April 2024, 3:58 PM
 
How many goals did Mitro score in the Championship?
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Fulham haven't been mentioned once.
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Have to get your priority’s Right world war 3. Or a football match
posted by Ipotombi (Guest) - Tuesday 16th April 2024, 9:31 AM
 
Does anybody know how long till world war 3, I want to know, I've got to book me holidee..
posted by The whole thing's daft (Guest) - Tuesday 16th April 2024, 11:33 AM
 
We could send our young lads over there to fight whilst simultaneously importing young men in dinghies coming across the channel, its a win win.
posted by Jm (Guest) - Tuesday 16th April 2024, 4:15 PM
 
Why didn't you cut and paste the pictures as well, in your original, well informed post, lifted from the Fulham website?
posted by mwk (Guest) - Tuesday 16th April 2024, 5:54 PM
 
As long as the world doesn’t end before my holiday.
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With current squad, it's likely that Marek, Balo Toure and Tosin will move on. Willian and Kenny Tete are likely to be re-signed. Not sure about out-of-contract Decordova-Reid, although he always does a job. So how do we become a team that genuinely contends for Europe? We have to be looking at upgrades for Pereira and Lukic. Given the minutes received, they aren't productive enough. If I could pick a Pereira upgrade, it'd be Morgan Gibbs-White. A Lukic upgrade would be easier to find.
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Hmmm! Thanks for the insights but not sure of the relevance, bit ramble and inconclusive. Couldn’t really see the point.
posted by SW6 (Guest) - Tuesday 16th April 2024, 9:01 AM
 
Good points there drago
posted by Ipotombi (Guest) - Tuesday 16th April 2024, 10:32 AM
 
Have you not noticed that newspapers, even the so called serious one, make up things for effect. Take the fringe Fulham players, the one whose contract is running out or good ones other team could make a bid for and write a story of definites to all the possibilities and certain people will believe it because it is in the paper.
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have just been reading our match report in the Sun. There were three quite long columns about the game, but apart from giving our line up at the bottom of the third column, we are not mentioned. What is it the press don't like about us ?
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Liar , 36 hours after the match and you claim to be reading the match report , must try harder sonny.
posted by Brian (Guest) - Monday 15th April 2024, 7:27 PM
 
West Ham fail to lay finger on smart, ruthless Fulham West Ham United’s two roads back into Europe suddenly look equally perilous. Three days after being schooled by Bayer Leverkusen in the Europa League, David Moyes’s side were well beaten by Fulham, with their chances of finishing in the Premier League’s top seven now appearing slim at best. Andreas Pereira scored twice at the London Stadium and of the thousands of West Ham fans leaving their seats before the full-time whistle blew, few would deny Fulham deserved it. They were cleverer, crisper and more ruthless than their opponents. Pereira was in the right place for both goals but Willian and Alex Iwobi were electric down the flanks. West Ham never got near them. Given that Leverkusen have not lost this season, it will take some performance here on Thursday to overturn a 2-0 deficit in the Europa League quarter-finals. But returning to Europe via the Premier League may not be much easier. West Ham are two points behind Manchester United and Newcastle United, having played a game more than both of them. They face Luton Town at home during the run-in but Crystal Palace (away), Liverpool (home), Chelsea (away) and Manchester City (away) makes for tough reading. Moyes appeared to have at least one eye on the return leg on Thursday, with both Kurt Zouma and Tomas Soucek left on the bench, while James Ward-Prowse and Vladimir Coufal were taken off with 21 minutes remaining, when West Ham were a goal down. Nayef Aguerd started in central defence and Danny Ings came in up front alongside Michail Antonio. Jarrod Bowen missed out because of a hip injury. Fulham came here with only one point more from away games this season than Burnley and Luton, but their strength at home has pulled them well clear of the relegation fight and into the cluster of comfy clubs in mid-table, all of them with little left to play for. Fulham were 14 points above the bottom three at kick-off and 11 points below seventh. Which Fulham would show up? The one that eased past Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United and Brighton & Hove Albion, or the one that lost against Wolverhampton Wanderers and Nottingham Forest? West Ham started well and should have had a goal to show for it. Lucas Paquetá sprayed a ball out to Coufal, whose dash into the box was halted only by Bernd Leno parrying the ball loose. Antonio was in prime position but skied his shot from eight yards. Pereira shifted the ball right to Iwobi via Muniz and continued into the area, where Iwobi’s pass arrived for him to tap in Pereira shifted the ball right to Iwobi via Muniz and continued into the area, where Iwobi’s pass arrived for him to tap in. Mohammed Kudus and Paquetá then went close but Fulham took the lead thanks to a gift from Konstantinos Mavropanos, the centre back. Paquetá was knocked off the ball and Iwobi took advantage, marauding forward and then chipping the ball to West Ham’s back post. Mavropanos was under it but tried to cushion instead of clear and a heavy touch dropped to Pereira, who shimmied past Lukasz Fabianski and the diving Mavropanos before slotting in. He celebrated by sprinting up the line to hug Marco Silva, the head coach. So many of Fulham’s best moments this season have come from their wide combinations, with Willian and Antonee Robinson on the left and Timothy Castagne and Iwobi down the right devilishly difficult to handle when on song. Iwobi and Willian were excellent in the first period, giving Fulham the kind of thrust and threat West Ham lacked in the absence of Bowen. They could have had a second as West Ham lost momentum and structure, their fans increasingly disgruntled. Willian missed at the back post after good work from Iwobi before Rodrigo Muniz went through after more lethargic West Ham defending. Iwobi sent a shot wide after another break. Anything good West Ham did seemed to go through Paquetá, but for all the Brazilian’s touch and craft, he was most often deployed 30 yards out on the left of midfield, where he looked up and curled cross after cross into the area. Is this the best use of his talents? One landed at the feet of Coufal at the back post but he lashed wide. West Ham were just about the better side at the start of the second half but the best chance fell to Fulham. Mavropanos was replaced by Zouma, but not before he set his opponents away again with another loose touch, which allowed Willian to spring clear down the left. Willian fed Iwobi, whose finish had to be tipped around a post by Fabianski. Substitute Earthy had to be driven off on a stretcher after a clash of heads with Álvarez Substitute Earthy had to be driven off on a stretcher after a clash of heads with Álvarez At the other end, West Ham’s search for an equaliser was on, but became increasingly frantic. Paquetá was leading the pursuit but a clever, threaded pass was spilt by Ings and then the usually precise Ward-Prowse thrashed a shot into the crowd. That was Ward-Prowse’s final contribution and West Ham’s last sight of a point as Paquetá was stopped in midfield by João Palhinha, who let Pereira take over as Fulham surged forward on the break. Pereira shifted the ball right to Iwobi via Muniz and continued, unmarshalled, into the area, where Iwobi’s pass arrived for him to tap in. West Ham’s academy graduate George Earthy roused the crowd with some nice touches after he came on for his second senior appearance but the 19-year-old had to be taken off on a stretcher late on after a clash of heads with Edson Álvarez. West Ham United (4-4-2): L Fabianski 7 — V Coufal 6 (B Johnson 69, 6), K Mavropanos 4 (K Zouma 60, 6), N Aguerd 6, Emerson 6 — M Kudus 6, J Ward-Prowse 6 (T Soucek 69), E Alvarez 6, L Paqueta 7 — M Antonio 6 (G Earthy 82, M Cornet 90), D Ings 6. Booked Paqueta. Fulham (4-2-3-1): B Leno 7 — T Castagne 7, T Adarabioyo 6, C Bassey 6, A Robinson 7 — J Palhinha 7 (H Reed), S Lukic 6 — A Iwobi 8 (B Decordova-Reid 74), A Pereira 8 (H Wilson 74), Willian 8 (A Traore 90) — R Muniz 7 (A Broja 90). Booked Pereira, Decordova-Reid. Referee S Attwell.
posted by The Time Is Now - Monday 15th April 2024, 7:44 PM
 
Maybey franks been busy
posted by Ipotombi (Guest) - Tuesday 16th April 2024, 10:34 AM
 
frank must only read the dagenham herald.fulham did get credit for the win.
posted by tanky (Guest) - Tuesday 16th April 2024, 10:52 AM
 
What a wonderful piece of writing. The Times of course who say good things about Fulham more than any other paper.
posted by The Time Is Now - Tuesday 16th April 2024, 11:54 AM
 
I gave up reading this after … West Ham fail…. and I scrolled up.
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Some West Ham fans are complaining Fulham showing lack of respect singing while young George is on the ground. That’s a fair comment but the reality is so many players now a day fake injuries, you can’t stop singing whenever player down and I don’t think Fulham fans would have sang if they knew how serious it was. Anyway, why don’t they comment on David Moyles? He didn’t move an inch from his seat when George was down. Didn’t he care? I’d expect him to get onto the pitch to make sure he’s ok and give him some reassurance comfort. Wish George well but don’t accuse Fulham of disrespectful.
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We all know they're taking the piss. Fulham probably has the nicest fans in all of the Premier League
posted by Finlay (Guest) - Monday 15th April 2024, 7:26 PM
 
The Sky highlights panned onto our supporters clapping the lad when being stretchered off, likewise the player Basham in the Sheffield match.
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a good win yesterday, but once again, the motd highlights last night managed to miss the last 20 minutes of the game. was it anything to do with the wham so-called fans leaving en masse?. it appears to be a regular habit with them when the going gets tough. i was thinking, they always seem to link themselves with our players, and even marco.it cant be encouraging for their players to see this, and i hope it serves as a warning of what to expect should any of our players ever think of going there.
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pete, dont expect anything from the bbc.im amazed they showed 10 minutes highlights anyway. there was certainly chances in the last 20 minutes, probably we couldnt be seen to be that superior to the outgoing europa league champions. its good to hear the lad who was injured is out of hospital now, hope he will be back again soon.
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Exeter want Luke Harris to return is that a good thing for his development having a premier league so called Wonderkid return to division one
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Luke Harris will be in the Fulham first team next season.
posted by Krebs. (Guest) - Monday 15th April 2024, 1:31 PM
 
Jay Stansfield above Luke Harris in pecking order having spent a season on loan in the championship. Harris only been at division one Exeter since January. Harris would need to prove himself at championship level at minimum
posted by Leon (Guest) - Monday 15th April 2024, 3:36 PM
 
He should sign for QPR, he’ll be in division 1 then.
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Did a job on West Ham today who were absolutely appalling. We weren’t great but decent. First time at London Stadium….fantastic stadium but it’s not a football stadium…..completely soulless….West Ham quietest fans ever. Bring on Liverpool we owe them a result for the semifinal
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Now that Liverpool have thrown away their title chances, I won't feel bad when we thrash them next week and move back into the top half of the table. It's happening.
posted by Finlay (Guest) - Sunday 14th April 2024, 8:55 PM
 
Quietest fans ever? Pots and kettles. Must have been deafened by your clappers.
posted by Buzzi B (Guest) - Monday 15th April 2024, 5:51 AM
 
At least we get behind our team , unlike you an your pikey mates at Legoland , why else would we be way above you in the league ?
posted by Bob (Guest) - Monday 15th April 2024, 6:29 AM
 
Bob , don’t rise to this Buzzi fake , he / she is a Fulham fan on the wind up.
posted by Jeff (Guest) - Monday 15th April 2024, 6:43 AM
 
Read the Bentford message bored , loads of complaints re lack of noise / atmosphere at legoland.
posted by Jim (Guest) - Monday 15th April 2024, 8:33 AM
 
jim, what were you doing on the brentford bored? was buzzi b on it?. we all know its not really him on here anymore.
posted by paddy o bore (Guest) - Monday 15th April 2024, 11:15 AM
 
Paddy , a good friend of mine is small bentford and told me about the bored so I had a peak .
posted by Jim (Guest) - Monday 15th April 2024, 12:53 PM
 
The difference with this game was when we won the ball we got it forward quickly down the wings an got the ball as quickly as we could. These are good tactics and if we had taken more of the good chances we created could have repeated the 5 0 score. I was very rude about Pereira's lack of goals. I will now be rude about all the chances Iwobi wastes.
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Sometimes i cringe and curl up and i bite my fingernails when i see us passing it out from the back. Yes' it is a risky strategy but risk reaps reward and we were well rewarded today against West Ham. The game might have been a bit different if Antonio had controlled his shot but 'hey' if you play the extra game in Europe the odds are you will be a bit off your focus especially if you have another game on Thursday there is a lot to think about and Moyes is very occupied lately and it is tough rotating a squad for mid-table teams. I don't think it was Pereira's best game for us but hey' who am i to argue with him, i just think the hat trick was on and he had chances in the first half to get it. We know that our slow out from the back is deliberate and it is risky but it worked out fine when everything suddenly opens up into space with the extra man and then we go on a charge. What we know about tactics i think we could all write it down on a matchbox and our game and tempo was a lot different to the game against Tottenham where we played a quicker game. We have to give a lot of credit to Marco who is proving to be a better manager than some think. Hands up to all those who say after 3 years our managers get sacked. I am a little wary and intrigued about who will replace Boa Morte next season because the little changes in management are more important than some of us think. A good win today and we are up to 12th place and we play Liverpool next week. I did say that we could have a say on who wins the title before we play them and City but all of a sudden Liverpool and season is imploding against Palace who beat them 1-0. Anything else to play for this season? I sincerely think so. Up the Fulham!!!
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Liverpool travel to Atalanta Thursday. Same tactics again do you think?
posted by OWEN - Sunday 14th April 2024, 6:14 PM
 
.it wasn't Pareira's best game? Are you out of your mind? He was involved in everything. Sure he could have had another goal but his involvement was fantastic. Palinha was absolutely terrific too he shored up the midfield while that time waster Lukic strolled around doing naff all. If Cairney had been in we would have equaled our score at the cottage.
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Can anyone remember us doing the double over West Ham in a season, without even conceding a goal. From what I hear, we played some good football today, and at least we scored as well. Ted, we really can't be relegated this season, so sorry to disappoint you.
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1965/66 season.
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Can anyone remember us doing the double over West Ham in a season, without even conceding a goal. From what I hear, we played some good football today, and at least we scored as well. Ted, we really can't be relegated this season, so sorry to disappoint you.
 
 
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FULHAM SCORE PERREIRA!!
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No complaints from the moaners this week,great team performance today COYW
posted by Chief (Guest) - Sunday 14th April 2024, 4:03 PM
 
We remembered how to score and remembered how to defend.
posted by The Time Is Now - Sunday 14th April 2024, 4:12 PM
 
Clawed back a few points to offset our disastrous last three should have 7 points more this morning ( started in the same vien yesterday missed a couple before we scored should have been over by half time incedently lenno top three in prem for clean sheets not bad for a ffc keeper
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FULHAM SCORE PERREIRA!!
 
 
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Uh be fair me is on me why, and fink dat dare will be a good atmosphere top fans uh be honest cant stand em. Nice to see a proper london club, fink day is awful bunch really, cam on fulham
 
 
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Anyone dayer at the gime? Fink I sore an old bill millin abat Fulham Palace Road, fink he knew dat sam of the top fulham boys was on dare why uh the gime.
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Fink they shud have bin at uptown pink or wotever it’s killed these dlias
posted by Dimwit (Guest) - Monday 15th April 2024, 8:46 AM
 
I’m guessing half term. The future of this country looks bright .
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I am a big fan of this guy and i was championing him and move to Fulham many years ago. Apparently Roofe at age 31 will be available on a free from Rangers and Sheff Utd and Fulham are interested. I would have preferred a younger Kemar Roofe but not to be. I expect a lot of negatives towards this move from Fulham fans and they will have a point. We are one of the oldest squads to have elder statesmen and i am not sure if we can sustain this. I imagine that Marco is thinking that the young Muniz is good enough to take us into another few seasons and an older Kemar Roofe is a good enough sub for a striker along with our other oldies. Old Un' there is hope for you guys down here at the Cottage. Bring yer boots, lad...!!!
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TYPICAL this guy firstly is injury prone, and the wrong side of 30.
posted by Old Un (Guest) - Saturday 13th April 2024, 10:26 PM
 
not another Talbot invalid
posted by Bc (Guest) - Sunday 14th April 2024, 11:42 AM
 
Agree another from the past it brigade.
posted by FRED (Guest) - Sunday 14th April 2024, 11:47 AM
 
Agree another from the past it brigade.
posted by FRED (Guest) - Sunday 14th April 2024, 11:47 AM
 
Well done Muniz, you can only beat what's in front of you. It show's how bad the Premier League has become
posted by Ted (Guest) - Sunday 14th April 2024, 12:40 PM
 
Owen .. he’s not good enough and plays in a poor league also he’s too old .
posted by Fulham supporter (Guest) - Sunday 14th April 2024, 4:08 PM
 
MUNIZ. A busted flush. No more. Goals this season.
posted by KEW (Guest) - Sunday 14th April 2024, 4:41 PM
 
Small bentford a busted flush you mean .
posted by Bob (Guest) - Sunday 14th April 2024, 4:47 PM
 
Bit like Tote Boy Toney. £100 million to £25 million in six months. Must be sponsored by Armitage Shanks.
posted by Buzzi B (Guest) - Sunday 14th April 2024, 4:56 PM
 
That means he's bog standard .
posted by Bob (Guest) - Sunday 14th April 2024, 5:08 PM
 
You mean Bob standard, you floater.
posted by Buzzi B (Guest) - Sunday 14th April 2024, 5:21 PM
 
Nope I'm mean bog you thick pikey!Bees down Fulham up !
posted by Bob (Guest) - Sunday 14th April 2024, 5:26 PM
 
Don’t call yourself mean SpongeBob turdpants. Thick as mince.
posted by Buzzi B (Guest) - Sunday 14th April 2024, 8:38 PM
 
Buzzturd the pikey can’t stop crying in front of all these Fulham fans , lol. Enjoy Pompey next season.
posted by Bob (Guest) - Sunday 14th April 2024, 8:51 PM
 
You’ve never been to a game. Armchair warrior, Spongbob.
posted by Buzzi B (Guest) - Monday 15th April 2024, 5:48 AM
 
A Buzzi imposter ! The real Buzzi would never post this early in the morning, hiya Paddy.
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Micky Adams through Kevin Keegan was about three years. Roy Hodgson tenure at Fulham was about three years. Slavisa's time at Fulham, also about three years. Marco Silva now been with us just about three years. Fat ball sacker is time weird.
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They were saying the same about Klopp in management for 7 years then everything goes to pot. Klopp has passed the 7 years and he will quit on his terms and not be sacked. I think we are safe with Marco Silva and he will do the 3 years and a few more most comfortably no problem.
posted by OWEN - Saturday 13th April 2024, 10:04 PM
 
I feel tat a plaque be erected on the outside of the cottage to Micky Adams. Ok he made not have taken us to any dizzy heights, but he certainly saved us fro oblivion.
posted by Cottage (Guest) - Saturday 13th April 2024, 10:30 PM
 
I feel tat a plaque be erected on the outside of the cottage to Micky Adams. Ok he made not have taken us to any dizzy heights, but he certainly saved us from oblivion.
posted by Cottage (Guest) - Saturday 13th April 2024, 10:30 PM
 
I feel tat a plaque be erected on the outside of the cottage to Micky Adams. Ok he made not have taken us to any dizzy heights, but he certainly saved us fro oblivion.
posted by Cottage (Guest) - Saturday 13th April 2024, 10:30 PM
 
Cottage I suggest you stop posting crap in triplicate
posted by unhappy (Guest) - Sunday 14th April 2024, 11:00 AM
 
unhappy (a name you are using, because you don't want to post under your original). Question do you disagree with my suggestion.
posted by cottager (Guest) - Sunday 14th April 2024, 11:45 AM
 
unhappy (a name you are using, because you don't want to post under your original). Question do you disagree with my suggestion.
posted by cottager (Guest) - Sunday 14th April 2024, 11:45 AM
 
Its all boll+++s Its all boll+++s
posted by Owen (Guest) - Sunday 14th April 2024, 11:50 AM
 
Micky Adams is high in my estimations regarding Fulham FC, we could well be playing none league without his intervention.
posted by Old UN (Guest) - Sunday 14th April 2024, 11:58 AM
 
Never thought about it before but a nice plaque to Micky would be a worthy tribute
posted by Riverside (Guest) - Sunday 14th April 2024, 8:17 PM
 
Never thought about it before but a nice plaque to Micky would be a worthy tribute
posted by Riverside (Guest) - Sunday 14th April 2024, 8:17 PM
 
What about going for Tony
posted by Owen (Guest) - Sunday 14th April 2024, 8:19 PM
 
What about going for Tony
posted by Owen (Guest) - Sunday 14th April 2024, 8:19 PM
 
tony who?. i dont think you are THE owen, as his spelling is more accurate, and dont think he would suggest us trying to sign the disgraced betting cheat.and he never duplicates his texts.
posted by cottage spy (Guest) - Monday 15th April 2024, 3:14 PM
 
The real Owen is registered therefore not a guest.
posted by Bob (Guest) - Monday 15th April 2024, 3:19 PM
 
It is the real Owen. Wrong again SpongeBob.
posted by Buzzi B (Guest) - Monday 15th April 2024, 3:20 PM
 
Wrong again Paddy / Buzziturd.
posted by Bob (Guest) - Monday 15th April 2024, 5:39 PM
 
But it wound you up. Bzzzzzzzzzz.
posted by Buzzi B (Guest) - Monday 15th April 2024, 6:28 PM
 
Wrong again buzziturd/ Paddy. One more try and if you're wrong you're on the naughty step . Kids eh !
posted by Bob (Guest) - Monday 15th April 2024, 7:30 PM
 
 
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See it on Fulham Fc and even better on Y-tube when Muniz gets all emotional when Willian and Pereira sneak up on him with the player of the month award. Okay' i thought they were giving Muniz a tube box of Doritos or something like that and he got very teary about his award to great delight. Rodrigo was reminded that they would have to take the award away and give him a replica or some other plastic alternative but nevertheless, it was fantastic to see his emotions and all the congrats from all our lads who played a huge part in his monthly award. I would like to remind you guys that Muniz is only our 3rd player in history to pick up such a privileged and well earned reward for player of the month with 5 goals. Mark Schwarzer did so in 2010 and Louis Saha did it again in 2001. We are taking small steps in walking on the moon and these little thingys such as a player award will boost our players morale and bring us even closer in spirit etc etc. Muniz to score tomorrow Fred, Old un?!!!!!!!
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As a lifelong Fulham supporter i wish the best for all our lads, Well done Muniz
posted by Fred (Guest) - Saturday 13th April 2024, 10:33 PM
 
As a lifelong Fulham supporter i wish the best for al our players. So to Muniz "well done"
posted by Fred (Guest) - Saturday 13th April 2024, 10:35 PM
 
You can only beat what's in front of you so well done Muniz but it shows how bad the EPL has become.
posted by Ted (Guest) - Sunday 14th April 2024, 8:20 AM
 
Boring TED the illiterate is back again
posted by RIVERSIDE (Guest) - Sunday 14th April 2024, 11:51 AM
 
Boring TED the illiterate is back again
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Luke Harris scores for Exeter.
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Is he related to Ron?
posted by Guest. (Guest) - Saturday 13th April 2024, 4:54 PM
 
He could replace the Portuguese bloke.
posted by Time and a Place. (Guest) - Saturday 13th April 2024, 4:56 PM
 
Jay scored for Birmingham, and laid one on, so will he be back at CC, next season, or out on loan again ?
posted by Brian (Guest) - Saturday 13th April 2024, 5:42 PM
 
Haris & StansField are a little more than a side show, Cav is the star week in and week out at Hull
posted by cottager (Guest) - Saturday 13th April 2024, 7:53 PM
 
Yes Chopper someone listening to me at last Luke Harris is the best 19 year old in the UK bring him in to Fulham’s first team he is pure brilliance
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Sack the manager and get rid of this player that player etc etc. Are we really that bad? No point going into a rant but all i will say is that i think we are too hard on our boys who are having a good season so far but we need a win now we have gone a few games without one. Tottenham have reverted back to type and we can say typical Tottenham who have form for petering out or bottling it as some will say. We are not box office headlines like Spurs and mostly overlooked in the media and not much cop with the papers. We are a bit of a mish mash of a team and we don't have the spending power of Tottenham but we are doing okay in this league and long may it continue. That 3-0 win against Spurs was seen as a mini-crisis for them but now a 4-0 loss to a injury-ravaged Newcastle will sound more alarm bells and Aussie Ange will know its bad and he will shrug his shoulders and take it on the shin because he is a big character but there will be whispers of discontent in high places. We can now look at this Newcastle win against Spurs and stop beating ourselves up because our expectations are not as big as more money Tottenham and stadium. We do need to put the work in Tomorrow against West Ham who will come here with a loss from the Europa and Moyes will be well aware and switched on with a better game plan to revenge their loss to Fulham. Their Europa stint has fallen favourably in our laps and Marco Silva will expect a good reaction from Fulham players without a win in ages now. We can't or shouldn't fault our players and loss to Newcastle at 1-0 because we had our chances in the first half to wrap that game up. And there is no point blaming Tosin or Muniz for whatever because defenders all make mistakes and strikers all have one of those days when nothing can go right etc etc. With 6 remaining games there is still a lot to play for and there are no big expectations or pressure. What would be nice is a return to winning ways that will cheer everyone up and i am sure the manager and players feel the same. Good luck for tomorrow. COME ON FULHAM!!!!!!!!
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Owen, this has been a really frustrating season, but we will survive to spend yet another season in the Premier League, which is vastly important. We seem to score a lot of our goals in snatches, but in other games like the Newcastle one last weekend, when we threw away a glut of chances. It looks like we are going to finish 13th in the table, which although welcome is not good enough as as we are a far better side than that, especially with the likes of Bournemouth and Wolves ahead of us, and these are definitely no better than us, but they can score goals, on a regular basis, and especially against teams below them in the table, whereas we couldn't beat Burnley over two games, and were disgracefully beaten by Nottingham Forest, in what was their only win for ages
posted by LTS (Guest) - Saturday 13th April 2024, 5:59 PM
 
But we beat Spurs 3 0 and lost 1 0 to Newcastle. Statistically this all seems logical. We a three goals better than Spurs, Newcastle are one goal better than us so Newcastle should be four goals better than Spurs which they were.
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Hit me, with me. I'm bored. Me! If i'm og then i want yo uto with me.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SsZRci3sA4I
posted by The Time Is Now - Sunday 14th April 2024, 10:09 AM
 
 
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The Wolves goal against WHU was not given and "The Panel" have decreed it as a correct decision. How about the Man City goal against us? Exactly the same..
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Man City are cheats and should be dropped 4 divisions. Too many people in this country think they can buy their way out of any consequences. The place is a shambles. It's almost impossible to underplay how bad a state the country is in socially and economically: out of control government spending, unsustainable national debt, billions on benefits, the post-Covid collapse of public services and the loss of a basic work ethic among many people, especially the young.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Saturday 13th April 2024, 3:47 PM
 
 
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Our Mum died in hospital because we could not remember her blood type. As she lay dying, she kept crying out to us, “be positive” but it’s hard without her.
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Blood group O would have saved her.
posted by Doc (Guest) - Saturday 13th April 2024, 3:27 PM
 
 
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That shows your educated. I'm serving meat, broccolis, but I'm like a sack of cows mooing up all those potatoes.
 
 
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Mark my words, Silva needs a result and Fulham need a win. Marco has done it before against Brighton after a Europa game and West Ham. Marco will target this game against a whimpering West Ham who should be tired out after their Euro exploits this week. Ask Moyes who stated that the Hammers needed some extra days rest after their defeat to Fulham last time out. If Fulham were running in the Grand National, they would be 'er' dead certs i think???
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We are playing well apart from having forgotten how to score goals. If we cannot solve that problem will not win however bad or otherwise West Ham are.
posted by The Time Is Now - Saturday 13th April 2024, 2:12 PM
 
 
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Who would have thought - PL player of the month!! Couldn’t happen to a nicer player! Just need him to score 4 more goals to beat Mitro’s tally.
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The Lenor Scent Boosters should come in handy.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Friday 12th April 2024, 2:17 PM
 
Yes' it couldn't have happened to a nicer player. Muniz is enjoying his time and regular 90 minutes and his big smile tells you everything. What makes me sad is so-called Fulham fans who swear they know everything about football don't think that Muniz is much good. I have said that i think Muniz is a 100 million pound player in the making. I might have exaggerated his price by by a few pounds but i still feel that he is a very good footballer and we are lucky to have him. It will be a sad day when he leaves Fulham and this will happen. We might not all believe in Muniz but it doesn't mean one jot. Muniz will be poached by a bigger club sooner or later and he will go on to bigger things and we will rue the day he leaves. Its amazing that they voted for him do you not think? And 'er' i think i know something about football, nuff said!!!!!
posted by OWEN - Friday 12th April 2024, 7:52 PM
 
 
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If Ruben Amorim takes over at Liverpool you can bet Palhinha and Carvalho will be in there squad next season.
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Busby Berkeley never played for Fulham.
posted by Putney Pete (Guest) - Thursday 11th April 2024, 5:49 PM
 
rob, firstly its THEIR squad, second, nobody knows what is going on at liverpool, and to be honest, nobody cares. carvalho back here next season, that would be okay.
posted by glenn (Guest) - Friday 12th April 2024, 11:12 AM
 
Both overrated so I hope you’re right.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Friday 12th April 2024, 2:18 PM
 
OK glennder the sausage loving bender
posted by Rob (Guest) - Saturday 13th April 2024, 8:30 AM
 
palhinha overrated? whats this paddy, another of your silly wind ups? it wasnt that long ago when you pretended to be buzzi b. are you saying the site is boring right now?---it probably is, but to come on here and knock someone of his calibre, you can easily start something off without resorting toremarks like yours.
posted by sid (Guest) - Saturday 13th April 2024, 10:25 AM
 
rob, your first remark was debatable, your second one was just disgusting. nobody wants that. or you for that matter, on this site
posted by terry (Guest) - Saturday 13th April 2024, 10:28 AM
 
Not a Tory MP are you, Terry? Paul Nino or whatever his name is was a one season wonder. He should be gone while we can command a decent fee. Who in their right mind would impersonate Benefits B?
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Saturday 13th April 2024, 3:40 PM
 
paddy, you are talking rubbish. you are only good for impersonating brentford supporters, and you are no good at that, either
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Hi, I have been trying to track down footage of this unbelievable goal which I thought i'd dreamt until Les Strong confirmed that it was factual on a short clip about Viv Busby on youtube. Me and my dad were there that night - I was 7 - and we just stared at one another in silence when Viv scored. I'm pretty sure most of the crowd did the same. It was that surreal. I've just found out it was against Cardiff City - I thought it was Bristol Rovers - and it was probably the 1976/77 season. If you were there I don't need to describe it to you, it was on a par - or better? - than Maradona's second goal against England in 1986. Is there anybody out there who knows where there might be footage of the goal? Thanks Michael, Brixton
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August 1974 ?
posted by Jim (Guest) - Thursday 11th April 2024, 1:21 PM
 
Me was there. Cold night, I remember it well, old Sammy "One Legs" gave the ball Robbie "Six Shins" and dare was sam twabble.
posted by John (Guest) - Thursday 11th April 2024, 1:32 PM
 
John . as you're only 14 years old you wouldn't have been at the match so go away with your lies .
posted by Mick (Guest) - Thursday 11th April 2024, 2:05 PM
 
Matt Busby never played for Fulham.
posted by Putney Pete (Guest) - Thursday 11th April 2024, 4:30 PM
 
But viv did .
posted by Tim nice but dim (Guest) - Thursday 11th April 2024, 5:23 PM
 
Viv Anderson never played for Fulham.
posted by Putney Pete (Guest) - Thursday 11th April 2024, 5:47 PM
 
Hans Christian Andersen never played for Fulham.
posted by Putney Pete (Guest) - Thursday 11th April 2024, 9:14 PM
 
I remember this game, but what really got my goat was the match report in the Sun the following day. There were three quite long columns about the game, but apart from giving our line up at the bottom of the third column, we were not mentioned. What is it the press don't like about us ?
posted by Finbar (Guest) - Friday 12th April 2024, 10:58 AM
 
Have you still got your goat ?
posted by Tim nice but dim (Guest) - Friday 12th April 2024, 2:24 PM
 
https://youtu.be/7W0XTPK8r00 Not the one you are after, but good fun anyway.
posted by The Time Is Now - Friday 12th April 2024, 2:41 PM
 
No but viv busby did( who scored that goal at qpr in the cup think it was on the plastic pitch drawn match not sure qpr player suffered a broken leg in replay stood in hammy end felt physically sick
posted by Ipitombi (Guest) - Friday 12th April 2024, 6:18 PM
 
Bozza, yogs and mad poodle wuz there. Yogs was wearing milkman trousers and cherry red docs with yellow laces and FFC scarf tied around his wrist. Millwall was ahead of us with this fashion and hammy end boys was catching up..
posted by Old man river (Guest) - Saturday 13th April 2024, 12:09 PM
 
old man river; just keep rolling along.
posted by zeb r. dee (Guest) - Saturday 13th April 2024, 12:58 PM
 
 
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It appears plenty of clubs interested ; Milan , West Ham and now Man U personally I’m quite relaxed about his leaving . We say thanks very much and we move on it’s not such a big deal !
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Like tosin probably one of the best central defenders we’ve had in a while but he can be erratic not sure he’s good under pressure and as stated there’s always a big mistake waiting to happen I can think of a long line of ffc central defenders so he’s not alone there think his good points outweigh his bad though
posted by Ipitombi (Guest) - Thursday 11th April 2024, 8:01 AM
 
A lot of what you read is manipulated by his agent. That’s normal to drive up his value especially as he’s contract is coming to an end. The question is if any of the clubs rate him enough to give him say £100k a week that I’d imagine he’d be looking for?? Probably No. Fulham will give him as a good contract as anyone else. so he may end up deciding if he wants to stay or move not for money reasons. Marco set the team well to suit him. Our defence still vulnerable as we have seen recently, and he’s part of that. So would not rule out him staying.
posted by JohnC (Guest) - Thursday 11th April 2024, 11:14 AM
 
You always have been and always will be a "TIN POT TEAM"
posted by True blue (Guest) - Thursday 11th April 2024, 11:49 AM
 
Apologies, message meant for Brentford message bored.
posted by True blue (Guest) - Thursday 11th April 2024, 1:10 PM
 
milan and man u i can understand, but west ham?. that would be a step back for him. the last four players who went there from the whites basically had their careers ruined. a dull manager, a stadium with no atmosphere, stroppy supporters. they even thought they could sign jp! ,i know its not likely, but he would be better staying here, he would get a regular start.
posted by craig (Guest) - Thursday 11th April 2024, 1:17 PM
 
Ariola to West Ham? Sad to say they win more than we do. Didn't they win a Europa Tournament last season? West Ham spending power is a bit more than we can muster and the Rice move to Arsenal boosted their spending power.
posted by OWEN - Thursday 11th April 2024, 8:25 PM
 
Like the swastika it should be taken in context. The context being in this case they play in a ground subsidised by the long suffering tax payer so would probably have a lot less overheads than your average club. Not really financial fair play is it? There’s also being owned by porn barons, making the team, board and manager a density c*nts rivalling a black hole.
posted by PC McGarry (Guest) - Thursday 11th April 2024, 9:13 PM
 
owen, what about ariola to west ham?. he was only here for one season on loan, and we ended it being relegated. the players craig was talking about were probably boa, brevitt, melville and fredericks ..all were established first teamers at fulham, then went to west ham, and were never the same again.as for that europa tournament, didnt fulham win it under its former identity, the intertwobob cup?.as for their spending power, sooner or later, its going to go, they cant depend on the declan rice money forever.
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I was to wet to weak about the Fulham game. How did we do?
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To weak ? That’s a fortnight.
posted by Ted (Guest) - Wednesday 10th April 2024, 5:34 PM
 
To weak ? That’s a fortnight.
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Really good interview with Rob Scott worth a listen,especially for the older fans,just shows you how far we have come as a club and what we achieved under Micky Adam’s with absolutely no money.Puts into perspective all the moaners on this board and what they’ve got to complain about.
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Well done lads …… you have to beat what is in front of you but just shows how bad the Championship has become
posted by Ted (Guest) - Wednesday 10th April 2024, 8:32 AM
 
Ted what is this nonsense? You’re either an idiot or need to see a doctor
posted by Chief (Guest) - Wednesday 10th April 2024, 9:40 AM
 
Those are the only words Ted has in his vocabulary, sad really.
posted by Dave (Guest) - Wednesday 10th April 2024, 10:13 AM
 
I think his posts are an interesting combination of praise and fact. Keep up the good work Ted and ignore the others
posted by Albert (Guest) - Wednesday 10th April 2024, 10:22 AM
 
Yes guys I am a complete F.....g idiot. Ad I am almost illiterate.
posted by TED (Guest) - Wednesday 10th April 2024, 11:51 AM
 
Yes guys I am a complete F.....g idiot. Ad I am almost illiterate.
posted by TED (Guest) - Wednesday 10th April 2024, 11:51 AM
 
Albert , the words you were looking for is repetitive bs.
posted by Dave (Guest) - Wednesday 10th April 2024, 12:05 PM
 
chief, it only needs one loss, and all the old whingers are back on here, spouting their drivel. that person minty suggested we get rid of half the present side, all of whom have contributed to yet another secure stay in the premiership. its a pity we lost twice, as some of the comments on here have been a vast over-reaction to a dip in recent displays, not a massive collapse.
posted by putney pete disappreciation society (Guest) - Wednesday 10th April 2024, 2:48 PM
 
Come on ted you seem quite articulate and informative to me. Keep up the good work !
posted by Pointless (Guest) - Thursday 11th April 2024, 8:04 AM
 
Is it sound only, I only listen to the radio for that
posted by The Time Is Now - Thursday 11th April 2024, 9:39 AM
 
Blimey pointless you must have the IQ of a fly.
posted by Dave (Guest) - Thursday 11th April 2024, 10:06 AM
 
Is the big lanky fella still in Pointless? Don’t mean in a Tory MP up the chuf way but on telly?
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Will this website ever get updated?
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God know who the moronic clone is who keeps wishing he was me ???.see above!!!!
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Ollie O Neill was dispatched from Fulham as Luke Harris was preferred. Harris starts on bench tonight v Leyton Orient
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O Neill scored and assisted tonight. Orient were 2-0 up. Had to play with 10 men for the last half an hour player injured and used all their subs. Exeter came back against 10 men in the second half to draw 2-2
posted by Sam (Guest) - Tuesday 09th April 2024, 10:48 PM
 
Since Ollie O Neill arrived from Fulham to Leyton Orient on a permanent move in January he has impressive figures of 5 goals and 3 assists but more impressive is that he has only played 942 minutes of football compared to Luke “goals” Harris who has played well over 2,000 minutes to date and he only scored two goals one was against 10 men from very close range from a rebound. Fulham made a mistake letting Ollie O Neill leave
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Marco is really undervaluing what these two bring in terms of leadership, football IQ and grit. Not every match can be a 5-0 thrashing. We have let a lot of points slip away by not being as solid as we should defensively -- because our performances deserve more. The likes of Lukic and Harry Wilson and Adama are so much softer and less capable as defenders than Harrison and Bobby DR. Does anyone here feel we have a clean sheet in us, given our XI and subs? When we are down two goals, of course positive changes are required. But at 0-0, we need to get the balance right.
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cant remember who said something similar last week but with BDR assisting castagne on the right im sure Gordon would have been cut out.
posted by t.no (Guest) - Monday 08th April 2024, 8:16 PM
 
Luke Harris is the answer to all our problems in front of goal he is incredible scored twice in division one that’s a fantastic return for a 19 year old
posted by Pete (Guest) - Monday 08th April 2024, 10:01 PM
 
Twice in division one , wow , pretty average I would say ! Flog him while we can get £500 for him.
posted by George (Guest) - Monday 08th April 2024, 10:22 PM
 
One of Luke Harris goals was a rebound tap in from close range having played against 10 man Shrewsbury for 84 minutes.
posted by Leon (Guest) - Monday 08th April 2024, 10:28 PM
 
Luke Harris simply is the best you will all be eating your words. Wales will play him in their senior first team squad this year they rate him as the very best young player only after Gareth Bale: Rob Page loves him he is “guaranteed” to start for Wales in the World Cup he is that good better than Phil Foden.
posted by Pete (Guest) - Monday 08th April 2024, 10:32 PM
 
Exeter , the Barcelona of the South West , time Pete to give this long running joke the elbow , it’s getting repetitive and boring.
posted by George (Guest) - Tuesday 09th April 2024, 7:06 AM
 
george, i agree. the luke harris wind up is just not funny anymore. mind you, it never was in the first place.
posted by craig (Guest) - Tuesday 09th April 2024, 11:25 AM
 
I agree with Pete but not in a sarcastic way that he is a great player but not on the Phil Foden Standard more of Tom Cairney replacement
posted by Sam (Guest) - Tuesday 09th April 2024, 12:12 PM
 
If “Pete” is a family member of Luke Harris using a different name he completely unrealistic. Harris will never be a premier league player he simply not a technician with the football and he a bang “less than average player” like thousands of other 19 year olds. Many can see him eventually signing for Exeter in division one on a permanent deal in a few years time after making more appearances for Fulham U21s down the line and possibly a loan to a Dutch second division club now he has confirmed during his loan with Exeter that Harris is no Wonderkid. He was just one of those many hundreds of hyped up players. So Pete no more from you in this rubbish comparison to Phil Foden it has been boring and repetitive since you first brought it up.
posted by Leon (Guest) - Tuesday 09th April 2024, 1:58 PM
 
sam, i dont agree with ANYTHING pete says, so please give it a rest!
posted by luke harris non-fan club (Guest) - Tuesday 09th April 2024, 2:54 PM
 
Peter the Great.
posted by Luke Arris. (Guest) - Tuesday 09th April 2024, 6:16 PM
 
Luke Harris starts on bench for first time v Leyton Orient
posted by Jonjo (Guest) - Tuesday 09th April 2024, 6:55 PM
 
17 year old academy graduate Jake Richards is starting for Exeter in place of 19 year old Luke Harris. Does not look good for Harris when returning to Fulham end of this month
posted by Leon (Guest) - Tuesday 09th April 2024, 7:07 PM
 
good.
posted by craig (Guest) - Wednesday 10th April 2024, 2:31 PM
 
peter the great what?
posted by jag (Guest) - Wednesday 10th April 2024, 2:32 PM
 
I think Marco things of the twins as subs.
posted by The Time Is Now - Wednesday 10th April 2024, 10:39 PM
 
Luke Harris returning to Fulham end of April at least that’s a positive for the fans to get excited about
posted by Pete (Guest) - Thursday 11th April 2024, 9:27 AM
 
Probably to clean boots or work on a hot dog stand !
posted by George (Guest) - Thursday 11th April 2024, 10:07 AM
 
Word on the grapevine is Welsh Luke Harris has not quite performed on his loan in division one needs to improve his goal scoring which he himself said it was his best attribute so he could stay at Exeter for another full season as Gary Caldwell feels division one is his level. It’s a shame as we all felt Luke was ready for Fulhams first team but if he not even ready for championship level how will he ever play for Fulham
posted by Jonjo (Guest) - Friday 12th April 2024, 8:57 AM
 
I’m afraid Luke Harris is one example of a hyped up kid who is not a very good footballer simple as
posted by Leon (Guest) - Friday 12th April 2024, 8:59 AM
 
leon: try telling that to pete. he wont listen, the silly boy.
posted by cheerful geoff (Guest) - Friday 12th April 2024, 1:54 PM
 
All of you will be very sorry when I say to you I told you saw after Luke Harris becomes a legend at Fulham. The lad is one of the top five players in the whole of the United Kingdom
posted by Pete (Guest) - Saturday 13th April 2024, 8:27 AM
 
Who are you comparing 19 year old Luke Harris to? Top 5 players in the whole of the United Kingdom?? Are you saying he is better than 18 year old Kobie Mainoo a regular in the man United team. Luke Harris is with division one Exeter who has scored 2 goals in 18 matches or 18 year old Jayden Danns of Liverpool. Get a life Pete you clearly know nothing about football. Harris is not good enough for the Wales Senior side Rob Page knows he was just hyped up and he no longer a kid. Fulham have much better young prospects such as 17 year old central midfielder Josh King. I’m sure Fulham won’t send him to Exeter
posted by Leon (Guest) - Saturday 13th April 2024, 8:34 AM
 
pete, zzzzzzzzzzzz-
posted by cheerful geoff (Guest) - Saturday 13th April 2024, 1:03 PM
 
LUKE HARRIS SCORES WINNER FOR EXETER / get him in the Fulham first team and in the welsh first team
posted by Pete (Guest) - Saturday 13th April 2024, 4:51 PM
 

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