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April in Pictures
April in Pictures
Tuesday 30 April 2013 09:20
Take a look at the pics from a busy month which included three home London derbies, three away trips and an Open Day.
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- It was just the small matter of a derby against QPR to start the month and Dimitar Berbatov's brace inside 22 minutes began it well.
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- Brede Hangeland backheels an assist as Clint Hill put through his own net to make it 3-0 to us before half-time.
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- Mark Schwarzer saved a Loic Remy penalty in the second half and the Whites held on to win 3-2.
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- The Club was sad to say goodbye to Barry Mealand, seen here playing in 1962, who died on April 4.
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- Defender Mealand joined the Club in 1959 and left for Rotherham United in 1968.
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- The first of the month's away trips was up to Newcastle where Papiss Demba Cisse broke our hearts in the last minute with the only goal.
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- It was, however, great to see the travelling fans up high at St James' Park.
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- On April 9th, fans were given a chance to meet their heroes and show their skills in our Open Training Day.
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- Brede Hangeland poses for photographs with some of the Club's fans as the youngsters got up close and personal.
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- There was even a spot of ball juggling to entertain the watching faithful, who made it a special day for all concerned.
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- Young winger Buomesca Tue Na Bangna signed a new three-year contract with the Club, with the option of another year.
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- Another away trip, to Aston Villa, saw a 1-1 draw with Mark Schwarzer kept busy in goal.
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- The point was secured as Fabian Delph headed into his own net after a corner from Bryan Ruiz.
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- Billy the Badger was ready as we welcomed local rivals Chelsea in a busy midweek after the Villa game.
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- It was all going fairly well until David Luiz hammered a thunderbolt into the top corner in the first half to put us on the backfoot.
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- John Terry's brace then sealed a 3-0 win that was a lot closer than it looked from the scoreline.
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- The Fulham FC official website launched a host of new Match Centre features from Opta, so fans can miss nothing.
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- Next up was Arsenal at home and JLS star Oritsé Williams dropped in to meet Luis Boa Morte beforehand.
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- The game also marked the 500th of Mark Schwarzer's long Premier League career.
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- The game itself was an uphill struggle after Steve Sidwell was sent off early on, but the boys fought hard.
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- Only Per Mertesacker's goal seperated the teams and Fulham can count themselves unlucky to have lost 1-0.
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- The worst place to go for Fulham fans is Goodison Park as we have not won there in the league. Steven Pienaar's opener made sure the hoodoo continued.
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- Urby Emanuelson shoots just wide, but the Whites could not break through to snatch a point.
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- With the help of Fulham's official charity - Shooting Star CHASE - eight-year-old Macauley got the chance to interview some of the First-Team, including Duffer!
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- The Club was saddened to learn that former player Kevin Moore (3rd from left; bottom row) died on April 29th - his 55th birthday. Kevin made more than 50 appearances for the Whites in the mid-90s and was a Safety Officer and Training Ground Manager at Motspur Park after he retired.
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