There’s only one F in Fulham
The Fulham Fanzine
If you want proper match reports you might be better off looking to the specialist media, we can't match the 'experts' when it comes to talking twaddle, romantising cloggers, eulogising ordinary players and generally earning a fortune selling coals to Newcastle. Having said that, there has to be some sort of comment on Fulham games.
Our take on match reflections had to have some TOOFIF reaction to our games though, just not as intensively concentrated on minutae.
These modest little reviews will not be as detailed, as earlier offerings from the old site, just a personal (biased) summary from someone in the fold.
If we are unable to submit a personal review we'll reproduce a piece from somewhere on the net, maybe adding a TOOFIF spin in there somewhere. Though for nostalgic reasons we may feature some of those from games gone by as a bit of interest, these will appear in the Old Match Reviews Page.
League table reproduced by kind permission of FCTables.com
EACH MATCH REPORT has it's own page
Don't despair these pieces won't appear in the tabloid, they'll be factual
billp TOOFIF Updated Friday, 5 October 2018
These are duplicates of those on the Home Page but siting them here may make navigation a little more convenient. I am considering having them on each individual match review page but the amount of time that will add after every match might mean that might have to forgo that idea. Maybe that's something to develop later.
Where possible, on each review page,there will be reviews from other media sites just so that our Fulham biased view has a balanced mainstream alternative.
Please note, The grey links are inactive (Light Brown for cup games), once the pre-amble and stats have been created and added to the non-active pages, the button colour will change to a light green for League fixtures and a darker Brown for Cup games, the page can then be accessed.
Once the game has been played, a review will hopefully be added within 24 hours and the colours will be dark green for the League games and Dark Brown for those in cup tournaments.