Entries in Fulham (113)
The Premier League relegation battle might be done and dusted but there will be a few clubs more than a little bit concerned over whether they might just find themselves amongst the battlers next year, despite having spent the large proportion of this season in the realms of relatively assured safety.
Watford take on Crystal Palace at Wembley this month with the winner taking their place in the Premier League next season. The pressure is on both London sides to win the big money game, but there is another capital club lurking in the shadows should the Hornets lose out on promotion.
Martin Jol is targeting as many as six summer signings for Fulham in the summer as the London club have had a disappointing end to the season.
It could have been as good as done and dusted in regards to Premier League relegation, yet Wigan's win at West Brom on Saturday has left several clubs more than a little bit concerned about their Premiership status a status that for many had seemed all but assured only a few weeks ago.
Not a lot was known about Urby Emanuelson when he joined Fulham in January. The Dutch winger arrived at Craven Cottage in January to little fanfare, and to many just appeared yet another long-named foreigner destined to make little impact at the West London club.
After three years in the Premier League, playing in midfield, defence and sometimes what looks like a free-role, it appears David Luiz's Brazilian-isms are finally shining through.
Sometimes a club must uproot themselves and start again elsewhere – whether that be because 25,000 seats just isn’t enough to sustain the club anymore, or because bits of the main stand are falling and crushing passing linesmen. Whatever the reason, such a change can often affect a club’s form in the short-term.
Sweat begins to drip from your brow, nerves are almost overcoming you, your legs start to get heavy....it can mean only one thing: time for A slice of Motd!
After his first season in the Premier League with Norwich, a very successful one by all accounts, I bet Paul Lambert thought that this Premier League managing business was a doodle.
Some players have a knack for making the game of football incredibly easy to play. Dimitar Berbatov is one of those players.