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January In Pictures
January In Pictures
Friday 1 February 2013 10:30
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- Fulham began the New Year in style at the Hawthorns. Dimi salutes the fans after opening the scoring against West Bromwich Albion.
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- West Brom came back strongly in the second half and equalised through Romelu Lukaku, only for Alexander Kacaniklic to restore our lead...
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- ...much to the delight of the travelling fans.
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- New Zealand defender James Musa joined Hereford United on loan. Pic courtesy of Steve Niblett/Hereford United FC.
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- The Under-21s defeat Crystal Palace 5-2 in a friendly match at Motspur Park. Lasse Vigen Christensen put in a fine display, scoring two goals.
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- In the FA Cup with Budweiser, Giorgos Karagounis' splendid volley sets up a Replay with Blackpool after Ludovic Sylvestre had given the Tangerines a surprise lead.
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- The Under-18s defeated MK Dons 5-1 in a friendly match, with Cauley Woodrow amongst the scorers.
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- Matthew Briggs is officially Fulham's Most Wanted after the EA Sports team turn up at the Training Ground to test out the latest Need For Speed video game.
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- The Under-18s travel to Germany to compete in the Sparkasse & VGH Cup.
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- New signing Chris David gets a first run-out for Fulham in the Under-21s' 2-0 loss at Chelsea.
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- Stephen Kelly departs for Reading after three-and-a-half years at the Club.
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- Giorgos makes it two in two as he scores another worldy in our 1-1 draw with Wigan Athletic at the Cottage.
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- In our FA Cup Replay with Blackpool, Kieran Richardson's last gasp volley sends us into extra-time after Nathan Delfouneso's strike looked to have won it for the Seasiders.
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- Both sides had chances to win it but it was Fulham who progressed courtesy of captain Brede Hangeland's towering header.
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- Stocko returned to the KC Stadium on loan for the remainder of the campaign following his impressive appearances for Hull City earlier in the season.
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- Two David Silva goals saw us lose to the champions at the Etihad.
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- Strongie and Briggsy chew the fat for an exclusive feature in the next edition of Fultime.
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- Emmanuel Frimpong adds some bite to the Fulham midfield after signing on loan from Arsenal.
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- Aaron Hughes has an eventful day at Old Trafford as he gives away an early penalty before scoring a consolation in a 4-1 defeat in the FA Cup.
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- Marcello Trotta opens the scoring for Brentford as they almost cause an upset in the FA Cup when they draw 2-2 with Chelsea.
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- Fulham announce that Chairman Mohamed Al Fayed has converted his previous loans to the Club into equity, effectively rendering the Club debt-free.
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- The Under-18s exit the FA Youth Cup at the Fourth Round stage after a 2-1 extra-time defeat to Arsenal. Muamer Tankovic grabbed Fulham's goal.
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- Berbatov stoops to open the scoring for the Whites in a crucial London derby match against West Ham United.
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- Kevin Nolan equalised shortly after half-time but Hugo Rodallega immediately restored our lead with this header.
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- And Mladen Petric forced an own goal from Joey O'Brien in stoppage time to secure a vital three points for his side.
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- On a busy Transfer Deadline Day, Urby Emanuelson is the first to sign when he puts pen to paper on a loan deal from AC Milan.
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- He's followed by Bulgarian right-back Stanislav Manolev who joins from PSV Eindhoven.
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- And our business is concluded when Cameroon international Eyong Enoh joins on loan from Ajax.