Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 20 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
|What was the score of the 1957-58 FA Cup semi-final replay, against Manchester United?||Fulham FC History
Fulham 3 Manchester United 5. Fulham became the first team to score three goals, in an FA Cup semi-final match and still lose, while Manchester United went on to lose the final 2-0, against Aston Villa.
|When Fulham were promoted in the 1998-99 season, they achieved something, which they then repeated in the 2000-01 promotion season. What was this extraordinary feat?||Fulham FC History
They scored 101 points in both seasons. In the 1998-99 Division Two season, Fulham were promoted, and only lost 7 games all season, and in the 2000-01 season, only lost 5 all season.
|Who did Fulham beat in the 1963-64 season, to set the record for their biggest League victory?||Fulham FC History
Ipswich Town. Fulham won the game 10-1 on 26th December, 1963. A Boxing Day, which Ipswich fans would rather forget!
1907-08. Fulham played in Division Two in this season, and finished fourth out of 20 teams, with 49 points from 38 games.
Juventus. Dutchman Van der Sar began his career with Ajax Amsterdam in 1988, and transferred to Inter Milan in 1999, before signing for Jean Tigana and Fulham in 2001.
Harry Bradshaw. Harry Bradshaw was manager between 1904-09, followed by Kelso (1909-24), Ducat (1924-26), and Joe Bradshaw between 1926-29.
Star Road. Fulham played at Star Road between 1878-83, then moved on to Eel Brook Common, Lillie Road, Putney Lower Common, Ranelagh House, Barn Elms, Purser's Cross, Half Moon, Eel Brook Common (again), West Brompton, and Craven Cottage in 1895. They started groundsharing Loftus Road with Queens Park Rangers in 2002, awaiting Craven Cottage's refurbishment.
1879. In 1879, Fulham St Andrews was born, and they dropped St Andrews from their name in 1888.
Bolton 3-0. Fulham recorded their biggest defeat of the season against Bolton 3-0 at Craven Cottage. Bjane Goldbaek, Steve Marlet, and Barrty Hayles all scored.
13th, and 44 points. Fulham did well, but probably expected more with the amount of money they spent.
True. Chris Coleman came to Fulham, with a premiership medal to his name via his time at Blackburn. He also spent time at Crystal Palace. He came through the ranks at Fulham, and played some part in the 2001-02 EPL season. Driving home one day he ran wide in his sportscar and crashed into trees, breaking his right leg in three places, damaging his ankle and knee. He later managed Fulham.
True. Barry Hayles was a club legend, and scored goals in all divisions for Fulham. He was sold to Millwall during the 2003-04 season. Louis Saha also scored regularly in the top flight, and these performances were seen by Sir Alex Ferguson, who snapped him up for a club record to Manchester United.
Manchester United, Lost 3-2. Fulham played the Red Devils. They put in a great performance against the team heading for their fourth title in a row. Loius Saha scored two goals (4,48 mins), but David Beckham scored (35), and Rud Van Nistelrooy scored twice (51,53).
Luis Boa Morte. Luis Boa Morte signed permanently with Fulham after being loaned out by Southampton. A quick winger/forward, the Portuguese International had a strong and powerful left foot and was also a dead ball expert. Boa Morte was still on the Fulham list, and later wore the captain's armband.
Edwin Van Der Sar. Edwin Van Der Sar arrived from Juventus with a lot of success behind him. The Dutch number one keeper had an excellent season protecting the goals, using his height to great advantage.
Jean Tigana. Jean Tigana managed Fulham in their first season, and led his team to a comfortable position on the ladder. Tigana had a big reputation as a player in France, during the mid to late 80s and early 90s.
Mohammed Al Fayed. Mohammed Al Fayed used his personal wealth to help Fulham gain promotion in three successive years. He was mainly known as the owner of Harrods, a major retailer in England.