There’s only one F in Fulham
The Fulham Fanzine
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The Little Windsor
13 Greyhound Road Sutton Surrey SM1 4BY
Tel: 020 8643 2574
A proper local pub, in Sutton, football friendly and which shows all Fulham games as well as many of the other Premier League games, European fixtures and International matches.
It's a Fullers House but also offers guest beers, and boasts a superb wine and spirit list in addition to great cocktails.
Hot food, sandwiches and snacks are available throughout the day. Our Chefs can create an unbeatable range of affordable, superb dishes at lunch times and evenings.
The Little Windsor has three screens, showing a wide range of televised sporting events including a full itinerary of football matches. The Premier League is featured and we show all of the best games including live Saturday kick-offs, showing every Fulham game where permitted.
To see the scheduled matches for October, click this link to visit the TOOFIF Outlets Page where they are listed in the Little Windsor piece.
This side bar contains links to Individual Match Reviews, at present the upcoming match will contain a small pre-amble and will also show Fulham's history of results against that opposition.
The section contains a link to every League and Cup fixture. So far, I have added buttons for links to every game as scheduled, up to our last of the season, the away fixture at Newcastle's St James's Park on May 12 2019.
At present, the buttons for all games up to our home fixture against Huddersfield Town on December 29. Those pages that are still to be added as pages reside below the magenta button.
Please note the Grey links are inactive, (Light Brown for cup games), once the pre-amble and stats have been created and added to the non-active pages, the button colour will change to Green for League fixtures and Brown for Cup games, the page can then be accessed. Once the game has been played, a review will be added, usually within 24 hours or so and the colours chaged to Dark Green for League games and Dark Brown for Cup games.
Get your FFC Stats fix here
This popular pub in Sutton is one of outr TOOFIF Outlets and the Governer is a Fulham fan, where regulations pemit they show Fulham gmes on the telly, this link is the Fullers page for the pub
The Hammy End
The name speaks for it really!
The Fulham Independent
The Independent Fulham Forum, they’ve been around for a while now.
A one-stop site for up to date Fulham news trawled from all over the web
This stats site, has access to every imaginable record of football stats in Europe
Coulio's brilliant T-shirt site
Visit the Fulhamish Blogsite for news and views, download the app for your Tablet or ‘phone and listen
Friends of Fulham
It's quite obvious what this site is for!
Who ate all the pics
This site has some excellent historical photos of Craven cottage and other stadiums
A fan’s site that’s been around for 20 years now
An early TOOFIF site
I was surprised when this popped up in a Google search for some 'Minder' material, it was before David had managed to secure the TOOFIF URL names from the Rivals people that had set up the Football Message Boards back then. It makes intersting reading regarding what was happening at the time, Lukaku a transfer target!. It really shouldn't be there as I stopped hosting that years back/
WELCOME BACK to TOOFIF
Premier League update
billp TOOFIF Site updated Friday, 19 October 2018
The brand new TOOFIF book is on sale in November
Foreword by Ray Lewington
360 pages of TOOFIF Extravaganza!
The book will be officially launched on November 14 2018
This fan’s-eye view covers the most dramatic 30 years in Fulham FC’s history, during which London’s oldest professional football club plumbed the depths before embarking on a remarkable renaissance.
David Lloyd, the TOOFIF editor has tracked the whole 30-year rollercoaster journey of the Fall and Rise and Fall and Rise of Fulham Football Club since the devasting deterioration of the 1980s, the gradual resurgence, decline and the wonderful last two seasons.
'30 years of TOOFIF
+ Q&As with Fulham favourites
Wednesday 14th November,
Duke's Head, Putney, 7pm
The Trust are delighted to offer members tickets for just £5 (use Promotional code Member2018) – non members £10. The ticket includes a hot and cold buffet.
You can also purchase the book at a discount price when buying a ticket to collect on the night.
This is a ticket only event and places are limited so we urge early purchase.
For more information on the evening and to book click HERE
The Fulham Supporters' Trust
These are some of the sites that TOOFIF likes
(not in order of preference!)
Your suggestions will swell the list.
Words are not really quite enough so I'll not say too much about the Arsenal game
Fulham 1 Arsenal 5
Date: Tuesday, 9 October 2018
The only thing to be said is that these are very early days still and with Fulham having acquired so many (12) new players, adding to the proven stalwarts and fringe players of last season and those in the ranks, the equation for Slaviska moving forward is mind boggling.
Having said that, however, the display overall against Arsenal was really a warning that something needs sorting out PDQ, I feel it for those guys in the firing line, this has got to have been an very uncomfortable introduction to the Premier League for them!
A biased TOOFIF Match review on the Match Review Section on the relevant page.
Now we have Mr Warnock to look forward to at the Cardiff City Stadium next, hurrah!
The Whites away to Cardiff
The next home game against Cardiff City live on Saturday October 20. kick off 15:00 is on the TV at the Little Windsor!
All FFC games, Home and Away are televised live at the Little Windsor, Sutton.
The latest TOOFIF Magazine is still on sale
Available since the opening game of our Premier League return, TOOFIF is available from all of the usual outlets.
David Lloyd will be selling the magazine opposite the Hammersmith End turnstiles on home match days as usual and the team of TOOFAgents will be positioned at various locations outside Craven Cottage along Stevenge Road. The usual sales outlets will also have the magazine on sale and if you don't already have one, there is a subscription service accessible on the Subscriptions Page.
There is a dedicated page on this site, just as there was on the old one, listing the various places that sell TOOFIF irrespective of match days.
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The site is updated wih additions, whenever something of relevance comes along.
The updates can be anything, for instance to correct my flipping ghastly typing errors, when TOOFIF hears something on the grapevine or to announce TOOFIF Magazine and Book or Ashwater publishing dates. Also when there's interesting news from FFC, announcements from the Supporters' Tust, when the Media come out with something worth mentioning (good, bad, inaccurate or amusing etc) and after TOOFIF Match Reviews are posted.
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A message from Tom Greatrex
Chair, Fulham Supporters' Trust
As you may know, as well as being involved in our Trust, I am also a member of the FA Council, one of the two supporter representatives. The Council met yesterday to discuss the potential sale of Wembley to Shahid Khan. This was the first of two meetings of the Council dedicated to this issue alone - the second will be on 24 October, at which a vote will be taken. If the Council vote to support the sale in principle, then a formal decision on whether to proceed to negotiate a sale of Wembley will be taken by the Board of the FA at a subsequent meeting. Even if the FA decide to proceed, I anticipate it will take some time before any sale is concluded.
Thank you to all of those of you who took the time to complete the short Supporters Direct and Football Supporters Federation survey we circulated late last week. The two supporters' representatives were able to share the interim results of the survey with the FA Council as part of our discussion today. One of the striking interim results of that survey we could share was that the potential of an anchor tenancy of a football club at Wembley in the future was in the top two concerns expressed by supporters (the other related to protection of games traditionally played at Wembley - cup finals, play-off finals etc).
The reason I wanted to provide an update to members of our Trust, though, is that there are some aspects of this that may have a particular relevance to Fulham fans.
When I joined the Council in July, and there was a discussion on the sale of Wembley, I asked for there to be consideration given to a safeguard in any proposed sale that would prevent any future owner moving a club side to play at Wembley on a permanent basis. I argued that this was a wider concern than just Fulham, although that might be the most immediate possibility.
Over the course of the last couple of months, I have been seeking to persuade others in the FA and associated with this discussion of the merits of such a safeguard. Necessarily, as with some other aspects of the work the Trust does, this has had to remain low key.
At the meeting of the Council yesterday, it was confirmed that any sale of Wembley includes a condition that explicitly prevents any new owner deciding to give any club, other than an NFL franchise, a principal tenancy at Wembley. This would prevent any football club being relocated to Wembley by any future owner of the stadium. The power to allow any change to that remains with the FA and Sport England, even if they no longer own the stadium.
I should also emphasise that during recent weeks, when the Trust has met with Fulham and also with representatives of Mr Khan, there has been strong commitment given to the new Riverside stand, and work on that project starting at the end of the current season. As you will have seen from the notes of our meeting with the Club earlier in the week, this was the subject of most of that meeting. As a Trust, we have no reason to doubt those statements, and no evidence to suggest any alternative agenda.
Our Trust was initially established as the Back to the Cottage campaign, and it is part of our aims and objectives to work to ensure Fulham remain at our historic home. Given the twists and turns in this saga for almost the past 35 years, the Trust is just the latest of a long line of fans who have fought, campaigned and lobbied for Craven Cottage to remain Fulham's home. We welcome the most recent reiteration of the long-term commitment to the Cottage made by Mr Khan, and we continue to work constructively with the Club to achieve that shared ambition - but we will also always remain vigilant.
With your continued support for the Trust, together we can be an important voice towards ensuring our Club retains the historic link between Club and ground that is so much of the identity of Fulham.
If friends, family and fellow Fulham fans are not already Trust members, please do encourage them to join - so we can ensure our voice remains strong. You can join at our website here: http://fulhamsupporterstrust.com/join-us/
22 games, eight losses, 8 wins and six draws, Fulhamish or what? COYW!*
Nobody has commented on this, go to the bottom of the page for an explanation.
*Fulham's Under 18 Team in the League
First Team: 8 played, Won 1, Lost 5, Drawn 2.
Their stats just look rather better than the first team at the moment, I'm hopeful hoping they'll both improve!
When the consultation process prior to the plans being approved, there were many objections raised, the page lists those and be warned, despite a few reflecting genuine concerns, there are some completely outrageous ones. Click anywhere here to go to the page.
Ahh, it quite takes me back to the 'Christmas Cake' plans of the Jimmy Hill era after Fulham secured the use of the Cottage, those plans were well travelled from Council to Court to Review Bodies and back to Uncle Tom Cobley and all, costing the Club tens of thousands of pounds that it could scarcely afford.
On that occasion, the protests were led by a motley crew of snout in the trough types that didn't even reside locally, Fortunately the club was listened to and sensibly judged to have taken every step to keep the local area's population happy and approval was finally given. Ironically, those new 15,000 seater stadium plans were thrown out the minute Mohammed Fayed marched in.