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This day in history - 18 November 2010

last updated Thursday 18th November 2010, 6:00 AM

Here are a selection of news articles posted on Fulhamweb on this day in the past:

Fulham v Portsmouth -
2nd half text commentary

Fulham v Portsmouth text commentary 18.11.2000
Fulham win 3-1 against Pompey
Barry Hayles fired Fulham into a 10th-minute lead but Steve Claridge popped up with a surprise equaliser two minutes before half time
Tigana forsees Fulham as Premiership Champions
Fulham have the potential to win the English premier league within five years, their French coach Jean Tigana said in an interview to be published in Sunday's edition of Le Journal du Dimanche.<
Weekend Divi 1 Results and Stats
Stats and comments for Fulham v Portsmouth and other Division One matches 18.11.2000
John Collins has a hamstring injury
Fulham midfielder John Collins was a surprise absentee from the side that defeated Portsmouth on Saturday.
Fulham so good - The Sun
LOUIS SAHA scored his first goal in three months as Newcastle's appalling run continued in the capital.
Fulham enthusiastic - S. Telegraph
YOU'LL NEVER win in London cried the Fulham fans and at 3-1 up with 10 minutes to go they could be fairly confident that Newcastle would be travelling home without a win for the 27th consecutive visit to the capital.
Fulham deserve win - Observer
A thoroughly deserved Fulham victory and a scoreline to flatter a Newcastle side which came to London with an outside chance of sharing the lead at the top of the Premiership table - had they won.
Fulham more inventive - S. Times
Fulham made sure that for the 27th consecutive occasion, Newcastle failed to win a game in London. Nor did they deserve to
Fulham 0 Birmingham - Post Match reaction
Fulham boss Jean Tigana broke with his customary post-match approach after two of his players were dismissed in a stormy goalless draw with Birmingham at St Andrews and commented on a decision by the referee Massias .
Fulham's nine survive - D.Telegraph
Fulham's luck is not in question. They did nothing to suggest they should not have suffered their fifth consecutive defeat, though the spirit of their nine men in refusing to yield at the finish was worthy of some respect.
Fulham hold out - The Times
Fulham coach was incensed enough to complain for the first time in two and a half years because of Robbie Savage.
Fulham riled by Savage - The Guardian
If avoiding a fifth successive defeat yesterday has eased the pressure on Jean Tigana's position as Fulham's coach, then he has as much cause to be thankful for a poorly struck penalty as a determined display by his team, who finished with nine men.
Rufus Brevett hails Fulham fighting spirit
Fulham defender Rufus Brevett says The Cottagers have to learn not to be provoked by their opponents.
Bazza Hayles wants new deal
fulham football club, the premiership team, striker Barry Hayles is confident he will sign a new deal with the club when his contract expires at the end of the season
Willock gone Posh again
Fulham striker Calum Willock further strengthened Peterborough United boss Barry Fry's forward options by signing on a month's loan
Sava a word to the Wise?
Millwall could turn to Fulham forward Facundo Sava to temporary fill the void in their striking department
Boro hit by Aussie injuries
Boro will almost certainly have to do without Aussie World Cup heroes Mark Schwarzer and Mark Viduka when they line up against Fulham at the Riverside on Sunday
Team news - Middlesbrough v Fulham 20.11.05
team news for Middlesbrough and Fulham
Prematch manager comments - 20.11.05
Prematch manager comments for Middlesbrough and Fulham
Man City 3 Fulham 1: Cottagers have away day blues
Man City 3 Fulham 1: Cottagers have away day blues
Rumours on Sunday 18th November
All the latest football rumours from the newspapers on Sunday 18th November 2007
Rumours on Tuesday 18th November
Latest football rumours from the newspapers on Tuesday 18th November
Football Rumours on Wednesday 18th November
Newspapers football rumours on Wednesday 18th November
Lucky Foy to ref Birmingham game
Ref Chris Foy helped Fulham in their great escape and stats show he has bossed Fulham in 4 away wins in 6 way games but can he help the Fulham this week
Simon Davies walks injury tightrope
Simon Davies has an injury that could flare up at anytime
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