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May In Pictures
May In Pictures
Friday 31 May 2013 09:01
Take a look at the pictures from the final month of the season which included a Charity game, Under-18 success and some new arrivals.
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- The month started with an appeal as the players got together to help raise funds for the Club's official Charity partner - Shooting Star CHASE - and the Fulham Football Club Foundation.
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- Part of the fun before the official Charity game against Reading was 'Family Fun Day' in Bishops Park where Billy was in fine form at a number of events.
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- The game itself did not go to plan as we lost to the Royals 4-2, but Bryan Ruiz's brace saw him back among the goals.
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- The Under-18s continued their fine recent success by finishing top of the Barclays U18 Premier League Elite table with a win over Everton.
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- Fulham Deaf FC became the 2013 British Deaf Champions after a 5-0 win over St John's Arsenal in the British Deaf Cup Final and did the double a week later.
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- Goalkeeper Neil Etheridge signed a one-year extension to his current deal, keeping him at Craven Cottage until the summer of 2014, with the option of a further year.
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- Fulham’s mixed Under-11s defended their Premier League Schools Tournament title at Anfield with a 2-1 win over Swansea City.
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- The final league game of the season at Craven Cottage began with a flare thrown onto the pitch by visiting Liverpool fans.
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- Dimitar Berbatov gave us a great start by heading the opening goal, but Daniel Sturridge's hat-trick saw us lose 3-1.
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- The players and their families paid tribute to the Cottage faithful after the game as they did a lap of honour.
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- Dimitar Berbatov collected the Fans' Player of the Year award, while Sascha Riether picked up the Players' Player of the Year gong.
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- The Club confirmed a new long-term partnership with adidas, which will see the global sportswear brand become our official technical kit supplier.
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- Supporter Centre Manager Sandra Coles retired after 40 years with the Club and was given a fine send off.
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- JLS star Oritsé Williams met fans ahead of the Shooting Star CHASE Cup tie between Fulham All Stars and Sealand All Stars.
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- A host of former Whites favourites turned out for the Fulham All Stars, who won the game 7-5.
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- Moussa Dembele scored a hat-trick against Reading in the Barclays Under-18 Premier League National Final at Craven Cottage.
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- The U18s won the game 3-0 to defend their title and make it an incredible year of success for our Academy.
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- Fulham's final game of the 2012/13 season was an away trip to Swansea City.
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- And it was a great game as we beat the Welsh side 3-0 to end a run of five straight defeats and finish the season in 12th place.
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- The Fulham travelling support certainly made it a wonderful day on the Welsh coast to see off 2012/13 in style.
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- On-loan defender Dan Burn won the npower League One Play-Off Final as his Yeovil Town side beat Marcello Trotta's Brentford.
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- The Club announced the signing of Ghana international Derek Boateng on a one-year deal with an option for a further year.
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- And that was followed up by the capture of Athletico Bilbao defender Fernando Amorebieta on a four-year deal.
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- The Club recognised the efforts of many of our matchday staff for their hard work and dedication shown throughout 2012/13 in our Celebrating Excellence awards.
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- Matthew Briggs' loan period at Watford came to a disappointing end as the Hornets were beaten 1-0 by Crystal Palace in the npower Championship Play-Off Final.
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- After the season's end, young supporters were given the chance to play on the famous Cottage turf under the watchful eye of the Fulham Foundation coaches.