Another Managerial Change At Fulham

On Friday, 14th. February, 2014, Fulham FC announced the appointment of Felix Magath as First Team Manager at the Club, and with immediate effect.Magath had both successful playing and managerial careers, including scoring the winning goal for Hamburger SV in the 1983 European Cup Final (versus Juventus) and winning the Bundesliga title thrice (twice with Bayern Muenchen and once with VfL Wolfsburg).

Renowned (or notorious, depending on your point of view) for his intensive use of old-fashioned and uncompromising methods for improving the endurance and physical fitness of his players, Magath has a well-earned reputation in the Bundesliga for hauling clubs from the relegation mire.

On the evening of Tuesday, 18th. February, 2014, the Club announced officially the appointments of Tomas Oral as First Team Coach and Werner Leuthard as Conditioning Coach, both reporting to new First Team Manager Felix Magath, effective immediately. Simultaneously, it was stated that René Meulensteen, Alan Curbishley, Ray Wilkins, Mick Priest and Jonathan Hill had departed Fulham FC.

With only a dozen matches remaining in the current season and a crucial game due this Saturday against West Bromwich Albion FC, all Trust members and fans of Fulham FC are urged to give their full support to the team in the fight to remain in the Premier League.


UPDATE: Annual General Meeting of The Fulham Supporters’ Trust, 2014

 The Fulham Supporters’ Trust’s Annual General Meeting will be held tomorrow (11th. January, 2014), from 12.30 to 13.30, in the Brewer Building, which is attached to St. Mary’s Church, High Street, Putney, SW15 1SN.
At the request of the church's administration, the meeting room has been switched to the downstairs Cromwell Room, which is adjacent to the cafe in the Brewer Building.
Prior to his match-day duties at Craven Cottage, it is hoped that Tommy Guthrie, the Fulham FC Supporter Liaison Officer, will attend the meeting from 12.30 for a brief question and answer session on matters within his remit. The AGM proper will commence following his departure.
This remains a closed meeting, for Trust members only.

Trust Membership Now Payable By PayPal

Earlier this month, and after many weeks of frustrating delay, the various ends of the PayPal system were linked and up-loaded to the Trust’s web-site. Thus, it is now possible for members to join the Trust or renew their subscriptions.
Full details and instructions may be found on:
The membership year remains from 1st June to 30th July the following year.
Members who have yet to renew for the current year ( are urged to do so as soon as possible, in order that they may participate in and vote at the forthcoming annual general meeting.

Annual General Meeting of The Fulham Supporters’ Trust, 2014

The Fulham Supporters’ Trust’s Annual General Meeting will be held on 11th 12.30 to 13.30, in the Lancaster Hall of the Brewer Building, which is attached to St. Mary’s Church, High Street, Putney, SW15 1SN.
Directions to venue:
Before the AGM commences, Fulham's Supporter Liason Officer Tommy Guthrie will join us for an informal Q&A! A prompt start is intended, since the venue is needed for use after we have completed Trust business. The Lancaster Hall is on the upper floor and a lift is available for access, if desired.
Agenda and relevant documentation will be sent to the membership.

Latest Edition From Ashwater Press

Fulham Strikers: a celebration of post-war goalscoring

Published in November, 2013, the book details one hundred ‘number 9s’, centre forwards and principal Fulham goal-scorers from the Second World War until the end of last season, in an eight-decade sequence - ‘From Beddy to Berbatov’. For all of the principal seventy-five players, it covers their youth career, careers at previous clubs, but concentrates on their time at Craven Cottage. Also included are their playing careers after leaving Fulham, including non-league and, if known, what they did after leaving the game. Their history includes clubs abroad and their international careers. Their Fulham period details highlights, hat-tricks and special matches and anecdotal material, and also analyses what kind of player he was, his attributes and style. Each player’s playing statistics are given and is illustrated with Ken Coton/Ashwater pictures augmented by some newspaper and private images. The book is completed by a number of intriguing statistical tables, facts and figures.

The book is a quality limited edition hardback publication, A4 size (12” x 8.5”), with 272 pages and, in full colour, it contains well over 250 pictures, a number of which were yet to been published.

The Trust continues to offer is full support and endorsement of Ashwater Press’s publications and recommends ‘Fulham Strikers’ to all our members and to fans of Fulham FC in general.

As requested by Ashwater’s customers, there will be a final opportunity to buy or collect the few remaining books at the ground before the home game with Manchester City on 21st. December, 2013. There will be plenty of opportunity in terms of time, since Martin will be there from approximately 15.15 until around 14.50, right next to David Lloyd and the TOOFIF team, at the Hammersmith End of the ground. The Trust is informed that Martin will bring with him a few of the remaining copies of the tomes on Johnny Haynes and David Hamilton.

Try to be early to avoid disappointment since they have been sold out inside 30 minutes on previous occasions. If possible, to save time on the day and to guarantee a reserved copy, please pay in advance by using the ‘collect from ground’ option in the drop down menu on the Ashwater Press website ( 

N.B.: A recent up-date from Ashwater Press has indicated that 60% of the available print-run has been sold or reserved within the first fortnight of going on sale. The ‘Fulham Strikers’ continues to sell very rapidly and we expect to be sold out by mid-December. If you haven’t yet ordered or reserved yet – please do so promptly to avoid disappointment?  For more details, please visit the Ashwater Press website (ibid.), and pre-order using PayPal, credit or debit card, or by calling the Ashwater Press order line on 01344-624-231?