Sheffield United are reportedly keen on a move for Fulham midfielder Tom Cairney as they prepare for life back in the English Championship next season. The Blades’ interest in Cairney was confirmed bya source close to Football League World.
West London giants Fulham are running out of time in their quest to avoid the drop in the Premier League this season after they conceded a late equaliser in their away game at Arsenal at the weekend. They were on course to secure only their sixth league win of the season before the Gunners struck with a stoppage time equaliser. Arsenal substitute scored with virtually the last kick of the match.
Fulhamstarted the weekend six points adrift of the final safety place occupied by Newcastle United having played a game more than the Magpies. This was before the Magpies beat 10-man West Ham 3-2 at home in dramatic fashion to move nine points ahead of Fulham on the Premier League standings thus leaving the Cottagers to focus on both Burnley and Brighton & Hove Albion who are seven points better than them. Continue reading FULHAM RUNNING OUT OF TIME
Just a few days ago, it was reported that Premier League club West Ham United were interested in acquiring the services of M’bala Nzola from Italy but are waiting for the right time to table the right offer for the prolific striker.
However, the most recent reports coming from the Italian media is that West Ham’s fellow Premier League outfit Fulham Football Club have taken a front row in the growing queue of the club’s trying to sign the player. News media outlet Foot Mercato published a report on Wednesday that Scott Parker’s Fulham have signified their interest in signing the striker by tabling a first offer which was immediately rejected by the Italian club. Continue reading FULHAM’S BID FOR REPORTED WEST HAM UNITED TARGET REJECTED
Fulham Football Club are certain that Saturday’s FA Cup Clash with Queens Park Rangers will still be played as they continue to combat the coronavirus outbreak at the club. Fulham have seen their last two fixtures postponed following a number of their players testing positive for the virus in recent times.