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Fulham F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 23 Mar 19:23

Liverpool FC target Ryan Sessegnon ignores transfer talk

Ryan Sessegnon says he is not paying any attention to all the hype around him and is focused solely on helping Fulham get back into the Premier League.

Fulham – teamtalk.com 21 Mar 12:44

Rumour Mill: Arsenal hunt German; Man Utd keeper blow

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is desperate to get his hands on a Roma star, while Chelsea and Manchester United are on the trail of a Serie A midfielder, according to Tuesday’s rumours.

ARSENAL

Arsenal are reportedly monitoring the situation of £15.6million Schalke midfielder Leon Goretzka (Express)

Arsene Wenger is to stay on as Arsenal boss and then bid to sign Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland (Stoke Sentinel)

BURNLEY

Liverpool have reportedly joined the race for Burnley defender Michael Keane (The Sun)

CHELSEA

The race to sign Atalanta midfielder Franck Kessie is well and truly on, with Chelsea and Manchester United showing interest (Calciomercato)

Chelsea target Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is about to commit his immediate future to Lazio (Calciomercato, via Teleroma 56)

CRYSTAL PALACE

Crystal Palace have their eyes on Napoli defender Ivan Strinic (Calciomercato, via Sky 24)

EVERTON

Wayne Rooney remains likely to return to Everton this summer despite West Ham registering an interest (Independent)

Everton are about to step up their chase for Genoa striker Giovanni Simeone (Calciomercato, via SportMediset)

Tottenham are leading the race to sign Ross Barkley from Everton (Daily Mail)

Liverpool have reportedly joined the race for Burnley defender and Everton target Michael Keane (The Sun)

Ross Barkley would be willing to join a London club in the summer if Everton decide to sell him (London Evening Standard)

Watford are closing in on a permanent move for Everton midfielder Tom Cleverley (Daily Express)

Everton are eyeing La Liga pair Cedric Bakambu and Willian Jose as potential replacements for Romelu Lukaku (The Sun)

FULHAM

Newcastle United are set to launch another raid for Fulham talisman Tom Cairney in the summer (Daily Mail)

LIVERPOOL

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is determined to seal a summer deal for Roma star Leandro Paredes (Daily Star)

Liverpool have reportedly joined the race for Burnley defender and Everton target Michael Keane (The Sun)

MANCHESTER CITY

Nicolas Otamendi could be bound for Real Madrid (Daily Mail)

MANCHESTER UNITED

Antoine Griezmann, who has been heavily linked with Manchester United, has confirmed he will not be leaving Atletico Madrid this summer (Daily Mirror)

Wayne Rooney remains likely to return to Everton this summer despite West Ham registering an interest (Independent)

The race to sign Atalanta midfielder Franck Kessie is well and truly on, with Chelsea and Manchester United showing interest (Calciomercato)

AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, a target for Manchester United, has said that he intends to remain with the Serie A club

NEWCASTLE

Newcastle United are set to launch another raid for Fulham talisman Tom Cairney in the summer (Daily Mail)

STOKE

Arsene Wenger is to stay on as Arsenal boss and then bid to sign Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland (Stoke Sentinel)

SUNDERLAND

Sunderland will make a move for Hibernian striker Jason Cummings in the summer (Herald Scotland)

TOTTENHAM

Tottenham are leading the race to sign Ross Barkley from Everton (Daily Mail)

Ross Barkley would be willing to join a London club in the summer if Everton decide to sell him (London Evening Standard)

WATFORD

Watford are closing in on a permanent move for Everton midfielder Tom Cleverley (Daily Express)

WEST BROM

The president of Udinese believes Napoli will make a decision on the future of forward Duvan Zapata, a West Brom target, in the summer (Sport Witness)

WEST HAM

Wayne Rooney remains likely to return to Everton this summer despite West Ham registering an interest (Independent)

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Fulham F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 21 Mar 12:08

Tom Cairney keen to forge long Scotland career

Cairney, born in Nottingham but who qualifies through his Scottish father, described his inclusion as 'brilliant' and is keen to make sure he is part of the senior set-up for years to come.

ESPN FC - Fulham News 20 Mar 20:37

Arsenal shareholder Alisher Usmanov's worth rose $3 billion in 2016 - Forbes

The FC crew cut Arsenal no slack in their loss to West Brom, continuing to pile blame on Wenger's poor leadership. Craig Burley says Arsene Wenger is showing how arrogant he is through his handling of his future at Arsenal. Now in sixth after a loss at West Brom, the FC crew have doubts about Arsenal's chances for a top-four finish. Arsenal's minority shareholder Alisher Usmanov grew his net worth by nearly $3 billion over the past year to $15.2 billion, according to the latest figures from Forbes, with majority shareholder Stan Kroenke valued at $7.5 billion. The figures show the combined net worth of Arsenal's two biggest shareholders is more than twice that of Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich, whose assets are valued at $9.1 billion in Forbes' 2017 list of the world's richest men. Usmanov's wealth is a source of frustration...

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Fulham | BBC 20 Mar 20:26

Cairney eyes permanent Scotland place

Fulham midfielder Tom Cairney vows to make the most of a likely Scotland debut after a "long wait" to be called up.

Fulham F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 20 Mar 12:39

Newcastle United to renew interest in Tom Cairney

Newcastle United are keen to revive their bid to sign Fulham midfielder Tom Cairney in the summer. The 26-year-old was called up to the Scotland squad this week.

Fulham – teamtalk.com 20 Mar 12:32

Brighton dominate as Champ Team of the Season is revealed

The tussle for the Championship title between Newcastle and Brighton looks like going down to the wire but Albion have more players in the Team of the Season with a quartet of selections.

Goalkeeper David Stockdale and centre-half Lewis Dunk have been solid at the back for a Brighton team that have conceded just 33 goals so far, which is the second best record in the Championship behind Newcastle, but no Toon players make up the defence.

Instead, Pontus Jansson of Leeds gets the nod alongside Dunk while Huddersfield’s Tommy Smith and Fulham’s Scott Malone fill the full-back positions.

Brighton are also represented in a three-man midfield through Anthony Knockaert, who has scored 13 goals this season, while Glenn Murray’s 18 goals sees him included as part of a three-man attack.

Newcastle striker Dwight Gayle has netted 21 goals and he makes the team while team-mate Jonjo Shelvey also gets in.

Chris Wood: Match-winner for Leeds United

Leeds’ impressive transformation under Garry Monk has been helped in no small part by Chris Wood’s goals and his double in a 2-0 win over Brighton at the weekend took his tally to 24 for the campaign to underline his position as the division’s most prolific striker.

Midfielder Aaron Mooy joins his Huddersfield team-mate Smith in the line-up and the Terriers’ automatic promotion challenge has been reflected by the selection of David Wagner as the manager of the Championship team of the year.

Team of the Season: Stockdale (Brighton); Smith (Huddersfield), Jansson (Leeds), Dunk (Brighton), Malone (Fulham); Mooy (Huddersfield), Shelvey (Newcastle), Knockaert (Brighton); Wood (Leeds), Gayle (Newcastle), Murray (Brighton).

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Fulham F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 18 Mar 23:49

EFL Championship review

CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND-UP; QPR condemned rock-bottom Rotherham to a seventh straight defeat with a 5-1 win at Loftus Road as Fulham missed the opportunity to move into the play-off places.

Fulham – teamtalk.com 18 Mar 18:33

Newcastle stuttering as Fulham miss play-off opportunity

Newcastle have gone three games without a win for the first time in the Sky Bet Championship this season as they were held to a goalless draw at Birmingham.

Rafael Benitez’s side were second best for long periods and have now scored only once in their last three matches, while Birmingham goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak made several excellent saves.

Fulham missed the chance to climb into the play-off places as they lost 3-1 at home to Wolves.

Ivan Cavaleiro gave Wolves a half-time lead and Andreas Weimann put them 2-0 ahead early in the second period.

Substitute Denis Odoi pulled one back for Fulham soon after, but Dave Edwards restored the visitors’ two-goal advantage.

Managerless Norwich halted their six-game winless run with a 2-0 home victory against Barnsley.

Jacob Murphy edged Norwich ahead just before the break and Angus MacDonald’s second-half own goal sealed Barnsley’s fate.

Aston Villa registered their fifth win in six league games with a 2-0 victory at struggling Wigan thanks to second-half goals from James Chester and substitute Scott Hogan.

Cardiff secured their first win in five with a 3-1 home victory over Ipswich, who had drawn their previous six.

Luke Chambers headed Ipswich into the lead, but Kenneth Zohore equalised before the break and notched his second soon after the restart before Joe Bennett added Cardiff’s third.

Brentford hit back from 3-1 down to win 5-3 at Burton, whose survival hopes were dealt a blow.

Marvin Sordell’s first-half double cancelled out Sergi Canos’ early opener for Brentford and Cauley Woodrow’s free-kick put Burton 3-1 up at the interval.

But Lasse Vibe struck twice after the break, either side of Canos’ second and Ramallo Jota added a late fifth for the Bees.

QPR condemned rock-bottom Rotherham to a seventh straight defeat with a 5-1 win at Loftus Road.

Matt Smith’s early goal was cancelled out by Rotherham’s Joe Newell, but Luke Freeman, Yeni Ngbakoto’s 49th-minute penalty – for Aymen Belaid’s foul on Smith – Massimo Luongo’s header and Nedum Onuoha’s late effort ensured another miserable afternoon for the visitors.

In a lunchtime kick-off at the City Ground, Daniel Pinillos’ stoppage-time header clinched Nottingham Forest a 2-2 draw against East Midlands rivals Derby.

Pinillos struck in the fourth minute of time added on to ensure both Forest boss Mark Warburton and Derby counterpart Gary Rowett, both appointed by their respective clubs on Tuesday, took a point from their first game in charge.

Derby pair Matej Vydra and David Nugent scored early in the second half to cancel out Zach Clough’s early opener for Forest before Pinillos’ last-gasp equaliser.

Aiden McGeady also scored a stoppage-time equaliser as Preston salvaged a 2-2 draw at local rivals Blackburn in another lunchtime kick-off.

Elliott Bennett and Craig Conway put Blackburn in front after Tom Barkhuizen had given Preston an early advantage and McGeady struck in the third minute of time added on.

 

 

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ESPN FC - Fulham News 18 Mar 18:17

Fulham 1-3 Wolverhampton Wanderers

Fulham Wolverhampton Wanderers 1 3 FT Game Details Live football odds with bet365. Bet Now » GameCast Lineups and Stats Fulham missed an excellent chance to push into the Championship play-off positions after a 3-1 defeat to Wolves.The victory helped the visitors earn their third straight win, and with it a further push away from the relegation zone.Goals from Ivan Cavaleiro, Andreas Weimann and Dave Edwards ensured victory, with substitute Denis Odoi scoring for the home side.Scott Malone was dropped to the bench after starting against Blackburn in the week for the hosts.Visiting manager Paul Lambert made two changes...

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Fulham | BBC 18 Mar 18:03

Fulham 1-3 Wolves

Dave Edwards' 10th goal of the season helps Wolves beat Fulham to move five points clear of the Championship relegation zone.

Fulham F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 15 Mar 15:44

Ex-Manchester United youngster Ryan Tunnicliffe for sale

A host of Championship clubs are interested in signing Ryan Tunnicliffe, currently on loan at Wigan Athletic. The 24-year-old is out of contract at Fulham this summer and available on a free transfer.

Fulham – teamtalk.com 15 Mar 15:16

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Fulham – teamtalk.com 14 Mar 23:26

Late Lucas Joao goal earns Blackburn draw at Fulham

Lucas Joao struck deep into stoppage time to secure a 2-2 draw for Blackburn at play-off chasing Fulham.

Joao’s finish extended Blackburn’s unbeaten run under new manager Tony Mowbray to six games and moved the club out of the bottom three in the Championship.

Fulham had looked on course to claim the victory that would move them into the top six when substitute Gohi Cyriac scored his first goal for the club five minutes from time after connecting with Ruan Fredericks’ cross.

That came shortly after Craig Conway had cancelled out Sone Aluko’s 45th-minute opener when he converted from the penalty spot in the 76th minute after Tomas Kalas had brought down Marvin Emnes.

Fulham made one change to the side that beat Newcastle so emphatically on Saturday, with Fredericks returning at right-back in place of Denis Odoi.

For Blackburn, Sam Gallagher and Charlie Mulgrew both failed late fitness tests on the hamstring strains that kept them out of the weekend draw at Norwich.

Conway did return, however, having missed the trip to Carrow Road to attend the birth of his daughter and took his place on the left-hand flank in place of Liam Feeney.

Fulham’s win at Newcastle had confirmed Slavisa Jokanovic’s side as one of the form teams in the division and they immediately took the game to the visitors.

Ryan Sessegnon, the 16-year-old who scored twice on Saturday, was once again employed in an advanced position on the Fulham left and was quickly involved as the home side attempted to make their early pressure felt.

But it was striker Aluko who had the best chance in the opening exchanges, with the Cottagers’ forward unfortunate to see a close-range effort deflected wide after being set up by Tim Ream’s header.

There were more signs the visitors may be beginning to crack when centre-back Darragh Lenihan’s mistake gifted Fulham a corner and the defender was relieved to see Tom Cairney fire over the bar from the set-piece.

Jokanovic’s side had lacked a cutting edge, though, so they were relieved to see Aluko connect with Stefan Johansen’s cross on the stroke of half-time.

However, Blackburn responded well after the break and applied plenty of pressure before Conway eventually got the chance to level from the penalty spot.

Fulham appeared crushed, but responded positively when Cyriac, who has yet to start a game for the Cottagers, matched Aluko’s earlier finish.

Blackburn deserved a share of the spoils, though, and got their reward when Joao dramatically turned home Derrick Williams’ cross.

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ESPN FC - Fulham News 14 Mar 23:00

Fulham 2-2 Blackburn Rovers

Fulham Blackburn Rovers 2 2 FT Game Details Live football odds with bet365. Bet Now » GameCast Lineups and Stats Lucas Joao struck deep into stoppage time to secure a 2-2 draw for Blackburn at play-off chasing Fulham.Joao's finish extended Blackburn's unbeaten run under new manager Tony Mowbray to six games and moved the club out of the bottom three in the Championship.Fulham had looked on course to claim the victory that would move them into the top six when substitute Gohi Cyriac scored his first goal for the club five minutes from time after connecting with Ruan Fredericks' cross.That came shortly after...

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Fulham | BBC 14 Mar 22:56

Fulham 2-2 Blackburn Rovers

Fulham waste a chance to move into the Championship's top six as Blackburn snatch a late draw at Craven Cottage.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Fulham | BBC 14 Mar 11:20

Fulham must keep confidence - Button

Goalkeeper David Button says Fulham should not get complacent as they close in on the top six in the Championship.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Fulham | BBC 11 Mar 18:08

Newcastle United 1-3 Fulham

Teenage full-back Ryan Sessegnon scores twice as play-off chasing Fulham stun Newcastle with victory at St James' Park.

ESPN FC - Fulham News 11 Mar 18:08

Newcastle United 1-3 Fulham

Newcastle United Fulham 1 3 FT Game Details Live football odds with bet365. Bet Now » GameCast Lineups and Stats Rafael Benitez suffered an anniversary to forget as Newcastle crashed to a 3-1 defeat to Fulham.Twelve months to the day since he agreed to take over at St James' Park, Benitez watched his side suffer their joint-heaviest league defeat of the season as Tom Cairney's early opener was followed by two second-half goals from Ryan Sessegnon.Newcastle, who claimed a second-half consolation through Daryl Murphy, remain on top of the Sky Bet Championship, but the result means they are only ahead of Brighton...

ESPN FC - Fulham News 7 Mar 23:21

Fulham 1-1 Leeds United

Fulham Leeds United 1 1 FT Game Details Live football odds with bet365. Bet Now » GameCast Lineups and Stats Tom Cairney struck deep into stoppage time to earn Fulham a deserved 1-1 draw against fellow promotion contenders Leeds at Craven Cottage.Leeds had looked set to give their hopes of going up a further shot in the arm when Tim Ream's early own goal saw them leading going into the final stages.However, the visitors were reduced to 10 men in the 89th minute when Kalvin Phillips was dismissed for a second caution, and Fulham took advantage as Cairney curled home a long-range strike to salvage a draw...

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