Bobby Zamora named in England squad

Bobby Zamora was named in an England squad for the first time since August after Fabio Capello announced his party for next month's Euro 2012 qualifier with Switzerland at Wembley.

Owen Coyle wary of Fulham attacking threat

Bolton boss Owen Coyle has warned his side they will come up against one of the more dangerous forward lines in the Barclays Premier League when they take on Fulham at Craven Cottage tonight.

Dickson Etuhu targets top-half finish for Fulham

Dickson Etuhu has targeted maximum points from Fulham's next two Barclays Premier League games as they attempt to secure the top-half finish demanded by manager Mark Hughes.

Bobby Zamora expects fight for Fulham starting role

Fulham striker Bobby Zamora does not expect to walk straight back into Mark Hughes' starting XI despite scoring his first goal since returning from a broken leg.

Fulham hint at long-term Eidur Gudjohnsen deal

Mark Hughes today revealed Eidur Gudjohnsen is on course to secure a permanent contract at Fulham.

Bobby Zamora scores on Fulham return

Bobby Zamora marked his Fulham comeback with a goal in the club's reserve match against Brighton yesterday.

Bobby Zamora must earn Fulham place back

Fulham manager Mark Hughes today insisted striker Bobby Zamora can no longer expect to walk straight back into the Fulham side when he returns from his broken leg.

Wolves duo sign new deals

Wolves have been boosted by the news that captain Karl Henry and defender Richard Stearman have signed new contracts with the Molineux club.

Johnson's welcome return primes Fulham firepower

Fulham 2 Stoke City 0

Fulham: Potential transfer targets

Fulham have been playing some good football this term but injuries to Bobby Zamora and Moussa Dembele and the indifferent form of the recently fit Andrew Johnson have hit the Cottagers hard.

Assistant urges Fulham fans to give Hughes time

Mark Bowen today insisted Fulham supporters had been too quick to hurl abuse at manager Mark Hughes during their side's damaging Barclays Premier League defeat against West Ham.

Woeful Wigan spooked by Dempsey the deliverer

Fulham 2 Wigan Athletic 0

Bobby Zamora: 'The return from injury is tough. I miss everything'

Bobby Zamora was in the form of his life, and England's plans, before Karl Henry's tackle. He tells Glenn Moore how that feels

Zamora confident of England recall

Bobby Zamora has no fears about forfeiting his place in the England squad while he recovers from a broken leg.

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