There’s only one F in Fulham
The Fulham Fanzine
We shared a win each last season
I would rather like to win home and away this time around
billp TOOFIF Updated Friday, 12 October 2018
Our pre-match ramblings…
It's probably going to feel better if I focus on our last meeting against Wolves rather than disect the full horror of the record of our games over the last 111 years!
Last season, Wolves were flying, clearly the best team in the division (oh but for our poor start…).
They beat us 2-0 at Molineux three or so months earlier but by the time we met at the Cottage, we were an altogether different proposition and Sessegnon and Mitrovic scored the only goals against the runaway table toppers to round off our 2-0 home victory, a smilar outcome would be eagerly accepted over here!
Stats reproduced from 11v11.com
What on earth is going on, Mitro doesn't get enough service and when he does, he can't hit that peak scoring form we so desperately need.
At least ,young Ryan Seesgnonwas on hand to grab our goal and we habve to be thankful he can change things at times but yet again our uncertain defending has cost us all three points.
The old 6 point cliché will be out in force for Saturday's game against one of the other awful teams at the foot of the table.
What's that expression? Oh yes "The Tables don't Lie". My main problem is, that despite being totally down about our dreadful situation, I can't help feeling slihjtly optimistic, after all there are too many games left for us to be too worried, isn't that true?
Fulham's record since our first game in 1907
FFC v Wolverhampton Wanderers
Fulham 1 Wolverhampton Wanderers 1 (HT 0-0)
billp TOOFIF Updated Thursday, 27 December 2018
Images: Fulham FC Online/Rex Features
Competition: Premier League
Date: Wednesday 26 December 2018
Venue: Craven Cottage, London
Referee: Andre Marriner
Line-up: Rico; Odoi, Mawson, Ream; Christie, Chambers, Seri (McDonald 82'), Bryan; Kamara (Cairney 73'), Mitrovic, Schürrle (Ryan Sessegnon 67')
Unused substitutes: Bettinelli, Le Marchand, Ayité, Vietto
Manager: Claudio Ranieri
Line-up: Rui Patrício; Bennett, Coady, Boly; Doherty, João Moutinho, Saïss, Jonny (Rúben Vinagre 82'); Gibbs-White (Hélder Costa 63'); Traoré (Cavaleiro 45'), Jiménez
Unused substitutes: Ruddy, Kilman, Rúben Neves, Léo Bonatini
Manager: Nuno Espírito Santo