FFC v Oldham Athletic  JAN 6 2019


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Oldham in the Cup back at the Cottage

We still want to progress to the next round surely, don't we?

billp TOOFIF Updated Tuesday, 22 January 2019

Old Match Reviews

Our pre-match ramblings…

Talk about honours even! It's been over twenty years since the Whites played a competitive match against this fine old club, having been formed in 1895, our paths only first crossed 12 years later as the leagues were set up on a regional basis for the early periods of both sides, typically we lost that first away encounter.

Since then we had won 21 games to their 19 with 12 draws, of course, this FA Cup defeat at home has evened up that stat for a while.

I wonder whether there will be another 20 year gap before we meet again in a league game, some might say that might be sooner than we might hope, the way our season's been dissolving.

Stats reproduced from 11v11.com

FFC v Oldham Athletic

Craven Cottage

Sunday 6 January 2018 14:00

Fulham 1 Huddersfield Town 0 (HT 0-0)

billp TOOFIF Monday, 7 January 2019

All we are saying is… give us a win (or 23!)

Well all that can be said is, disappointing though it is to lose at home' in the FA Cup (the Grandaddy of all Cup Tournaments), to a lower division team, we might at elast take solice that it was not yet another home League defeat.

Who knows, this might be the last jolt up the backside the team needs.

Let's hope so!

Fulham's record since our first game in 1907

Reproduced from 11v11.com






Match Information

Competition: The Emirates FA Cup

Date: Sunday 6 January 2019

Kick-off: 2:00pm

Venue: Craven Cottage, London

Attendance: 16,134

Referee: Anthony

Oldham Athletic

Line-up: Iversen; Hamer, Clarke, George Edmundson, Branger; Missilou, Maouche, Lyden; Lang, O'Grady (Surridge 60'), Nepomuceno

Unused substitutes: de la Paz, Taylor, Graham, Rob Hunt, Baxter, Sylla

Manager: Pete Wild


Line-up: Bettinelli; Odoi, Ream, Chambers, Le Marchand; Seri, Cissé, Cairney (Mitrovic 84'); Ayité, Kebano (Ryan Sessegnon 73'), Vietto

Unused substitutes: Fabri, Christie, Steven Sessegnon, Schürrle, Kamara

Manager: Claudio Ranieri