May 18 2013 Latest news:
Martin Jol wants Fulham to end a difficult season on a high at Swansea - a side he insists are not much better than the west Londoners.
Goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer turned down a new contract, Fulham boss Martin Jol has revealed.
Transfer news: Martin Jol has admitted he has a deal in place to sign one either Wolves’ Bakary Sako, Athletic Bilbao defender Fernando Amorebieta and Roma’s Maarten Stekelenburg but won’t reveal the details until next week.
Fulham manager Martin Jol has dismissed speculation that he will leave this summer, insisting he is very happy at Craven Cottage.
Transfer news: Sascha Riether has joined Fulham on a permanent transfer for an undisclosed fee from Cologne, the Bundesliga side have announced.
Fulham defender John Arne Riise is desperate to end their losing run by finishing their season on a high at Swansea.
Over three quarters of football fans across Europe have said that they would prefer to have safe standing sections at games.
Alexander Kacaniklic was bitterly disappointed after Fulham slumped to a 3-1 defeat against his old club Liverpool in their final home game of the season on Sunday.
Arsenal, Tottenham and Fulham’s stadiums are among the easiest in the country for fans to get to, according to a new study.
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge insists he thrives on criticism and says Fulham fans’ taunts during Sunday’s 3-1 win at Craven Cottage only served to spur him on.
Martin Jol insisted Fulham should be grateful for their 40 points despite an outside chance that they can still be relegated from the Premier League after today’s 3-1 defeat against a Daniel Sturridge-inspired Liverpool.
Premier League: Fulham 1 Liverpool 3
Martin Jol is targeting a victory in Fulham’s final home match of the season against Liverpool tomorrow to banish the memory of defeat to relegated Reading.
Captain Steven Gerrard and defender Daniel Agger will miss Liverpool’s final two matches of the season, starting with Sunday’s game at Fulham.
Ground: Craven Cottage (capacity 25,700)
Honours: Second Division: 1949, 2001.
Third Division: 1932, 1999.
Southern League: 1906, 1907.
Leading goalscorer: Gordon Davies, 178.
Leading appearances: Johnny Haynes, 658.