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Fulhams season so far.

Fulhams season so far.



20th August 2006.

Manchester United. Old Trafford.

Lost. 5-1.



23rd August 2006.

Bolton Wonderers. Craven Cottage.

Draw. 1-1.

26th August 2006.

Sheffield United. Craven Cottage.

Won. 1-0.

9th September 2006.

Newcastle United. St. James's Park.

Won 1-2.

17th September 2006.

Tottenam Hotspurs. White Hart Lane.

Draw. 0-0.

20th September 2006. Carling Cup round 3.

Wycombe Wonderers. Craven Cottage.

Lost. 1-2.

23rd September 2006.

Chelsea. Craven Cottage.

Lost. 0-2.

2nd October 2006.

Watford. Vicarage Road.

Draw. 3-3.

16th October 2006.

Charlton. Craven Cottage.

Won. 2-1.

21st October 2006.

Aston Villa. Villa Park.

Draw. 1-1.

28th October 2006.

Wigan. Craven Cottage.

Lost. 0-1.

4th November 2006.

Everton. Craven Cottage.

Won. 1-0.

11th November 2006.

Portsmouth. Fratton Park.

Draw. 1-1.

18th November 2006.

Manchester City. City of Manchester Stadium.

Lost 3-1.

25th November 2006.

Reading. Craven Cottage.

Lost. 0-1.



So this season we have had:

10 points in 8 games at home.

7 points in 7 games away from home.

17 points in all competitions.

We are currantly lying in 11th place in the league.

What are the Fulham fan's view on the season so far?


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:
Date:Sunday November 26 2006
Time: 1:36PM

Comments

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It's not as bad as last season's, but it still isn't up to scratch.
wei, wu and shu
28/11/2006 16:45:00
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The game tonight against Arsenal will see how far we have come.
Cravens
29/11/2006 06:57:00
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