Typical!

I decided not to bother going and they thrash Charlton!

  1. billp TOOFIF

  2. 22 February 2016

  3. To complicate affairs I was a definite for the Boro game, not sure if that would jeopardise a winning streak now though!

  4. Might just do the pre-match rituals and then stay in the pub to make sure , let’s be honest most of the home games have been awful and maybe that’s my fault, !



Well, our new boss talks the talk

but I seem to recall that we’ve heard similar platitudes before,

let’s hope they mean something this time

  1. billp TOOFIF

  2. 08 January 2016

  3. Fulham Manager Slavisa Jokanovic says attacking football is   the best way for the struggling club to turn things around – starting with their FA Cup third-round tie  at Sheffield Wednesday tomorrow. “We are very strong in the final thrid of the pitch and we have problems inf ront of our own goal,” he said. “We are probably not a team who can win a game 1-0 but we can be a team who can win a game 3-2. We need to find a balance but our obligation to be an offensive team.”



Yup, We’re back!

With an abbreviated TOOFIF site

  1. billp TOOFIF

  2. 07 January 2016

  3. Odd really, I’ve been there through thick and thin, ok, mostly thin since the year dot but the last few seasons have really tested my whole Fulham Supporting life.  Losing has never put me off, that’s a given or I would probably have given up even before I was old enough to know better. No, first I grew to resent the Premier-led mentality of the way football is served up in the SKY-Years, then the fact that some of those serving the clubs and being paid ridiculous amounts of money to put on the shirt didn’t alway display the sort of commitment that others showed.

  4. That the armchair fan in some far-flung continent is more valuable now to the Money Men running English football than even a moderately interested attended in person at an English stadium also stuck in the craw somewhat.

  5. Anyway, rant over, my love for Fulham is undiminished, I might hate what I watch rather a lot  and being an old fogey now I suppose that comes with the territory, but Craven Cottage  has such a strong hold over me that whatever else I’m still here.

  6. So here is a sort of a relaunch of the TOOFIF site again.

  7. When David and I first chatted about a web representation for TOOFIF to supplement the Mag, I must confess that I was unsure as to how we could really develop it. For starters, the TOOFIF publication is 100% a labour of love and literally, blood, sweat and tears for Mr Lloyd and with the time, commitment and his own financial input, there was no way we could reproduce each printed magazine in facsimile on the internet, obviously that would merely duplicate what the fans have bought and would adversely affect sales to non-regulars.

  8. We hadn’t intended to give match reports or host a message board. That stuff is more than adequately catered for elsewhere, though I did eventually post weekly biased TOOFIF match reports and published those from contributors but this became unbelievably time consuming, another reason I halted work on the site. Therefore, from now on there will probably be some of those but not a concise report of every game. We’ll just give a brief TOOFIF slant to all things FFC with a highlight on the Cottage which is a burning issue to all of us obviously at the moment.

  9. That’s it really, I’ll update this front page regularly and maybe re-instate some of the pages that we had before, like the Fans’ pics and images supplied from contributors regularly, it’s over to you lot to send stuff in so let me and David know what you want.

  10. Email: dml@toofif.co.uk     billp@toofif.co.uk

  11. Anyway, for now the pages relating to the Cottage are here, pertinent with what is going on at the moment!

  12. See you on all at the home game against Hull on Saturday 23 January.


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