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As regular visitors to the TOOFIF site, most will be aware that this is all very much a one man band operation, and is constantly being tweaked, updated and hopefully improved. the warts and all approach means that daft errors creep in and I'm blind to typos half the time so if you spot wobblies. pleae (see what I mean?) drop me a line. Apologies to PayPal purchasers of the Book, the confirmation made it appear that you'd subscribed to five copies of the Mag, no fear you bought the Book, the message was a daft oversight, all correct now.

Using the cliché  the world of business loves so much, "our business statement" is to be unlike any other Fulham site (or any other football site for that matter). We certainly weren't going down the messgae board route and we never intended to do Match Reviews.

Having said that, before the old site was discontinued, there was a full Match Report for every game and since the re-launch during  last season and the further refresh for this Premier League season, a sort of review has been attempted.

These reviews were sometimes borrowed from elsewhere in cases where myself or any of my buddies didn't attend. At present, the last couple of matches appeared on the Biased Match reports page and earlier games were on the Old Match Reviews page. That format is obviously unwieldy so over the next weeks I'll make a page for each match and each will include full stats of our history of results with the relevant opposition. The Old Match reviews are renamed 'Match Reviews from 2017 to 2018 Season' and I'll probably insert a page dedicated to THAT Final.

Why not send in your own match impressions, as biased as you like!


Premier League update

billp TOOFIF Site updated Friday, 21 September 2018

Great news!

There will  be a brand new TOOFIF

book on sale in November

David Lloyd TOOFIF Saturday, 1 September 2018 16:50

Pre-order your copy now for a special price, click this

introduction message to go to the TOOFIF Book page for full details.

A little info about the forthcoming TOOFIF book

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.

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 will contain a link to every League and Cup fixture, so far I have added links to every game as scheduled, up to the away fixture at Turf Moor on January 12 2019.

Please note the grey links are inactive Lihjt 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 withing 24 hours hopefully.

FFC v Crystal Palace
Tottenham Hotspur v FFC
FFC v Burnley
Brighton and Hove Albion v FFC
Manchester City v FFC
FFC v Watford
FFC v Exeter City Carabao Cup
Millwall v FFC Carbao Cup
Everton v FFC
FFC v Arsenal
Cardiff City v FFC
FFC v AFC Bournemouth
Huddersfield Town v FFC
Liverpool FC v FFC
FFC v Southampton
Chelsea v FFC
FFC v Leicester City
Manchester United v FFC
FFC v West Ham United
Newcastle United v FFC
FFC v Wolverhampton Wanderers
FFC v Huddersfield Town
Arsenal v FFC
Burnley v FFC
The following are under construction
The Wembley Play off Final
against Aston Villa


Watch the Whites against Watford

You'll no doubt be there in person but if you're working in the morning and live near Sutton so can't get to the game or simply didn't get a ticket no worries, The Little Windsor, in Sutton, is showing the Watford game live on Saturday September 22.

See the LW entry in the TOOFIF Magazine Outlets page for a full match schedule for the month

All FFC games, Home and Away are televised live.

Fulham Supporters' Trust

'30 years of TOOFIF and Fulham' book launch

+ 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


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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 matchess.

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.


Little Windsor google link

FFC v Tottenham Hotspur
FFC v Brighton and Hove Albion
Crystal Palace v FFC
FFC v Manchester United
West Ham United v FFC
Southampton v FFC
FFC v Chelsea
Leicester City v FFC
FFC v Liverpool
FFC v Manchester City
Watford v FFC
FFC v Everton
AFC Bournemouth v FFC
FFC v Cardiff City
Wolverhampton Wanderers v FFC
FFC v Newcastle United

More Good news!

The latest TOOFIF Magazine is on sale

Available since the opening game of our Premier League return, TOOFIF is available from all of the usual outlets. I will be selling the magazine opposite the Hammersmith End turnstiles on home match days as usual and my team of TOOFAgents will be positioned at various locations outside Craven Cottage along Stevenge Road starting at the Putney End. 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 will be a dedicated page on this site shortly, just as there was on the old one, listing the various places that sell TOOFIF irrespective of match days.

.2 The first big test against City is out of the way, now we have to face another tough proposition

Date: Sunday, 16 September 2018    Written by: billp TOOFIF

Another day, another challenge

It's another case of not crying over spilt milk really, that last result was a disappointment  but not really a huge surprise against an excellent City, now we have to focus on the home game against Watford.

The main thing is that we supporters (and obviously the team) must not be complacent about this next game, make no mistake the challenge will be just as challenging if in a different way.

Watford are flying, they are physical but they also play a quick pressing game so it's important that our lads are at their best. Given that we are in the early stages of our Premier League existence and that so many new players are being tested in a very tough league, the next half dozen games could be a nail biting period for the faithful.

Personally, given everything that has happened recentky, with so many new players arriving and that Fulham are now playing at the highest domestic level, I wasn't really expecting miracles. Also, when one considers the way we started in the last two seasons, we have begun slowly and improved as those seasons progressed. I reckon that will the our message for this season, we have to keep the faith. Slav will, no doubt, sort it, we have the makings of a pretty decent squad, all we have to do is fend off the wolves, not the Wanderers! (the rumour mill buzzing around Mitro already has him going to Fulham's second club) and surely the results will come!