King digs deep but can never win battle of wounded knee

The Spurs captain is a 'freak' who should really call it quits but backs his troops to storm the Bridge today

Hungry Kightly ready to run with Wolves

Wolves' line-up to face Fulham this afternoon may include an Ecuadorian signed from Serbian football, an Austrian ex-chef with Bayern Munich among his previous clubs, and the return of last season's top-scorer. The "new" face for whom Molineux will reserve its most rapturous welcome, however, has Basildon United and Farnborough Town on his CV and has never played in the Premier League.

Hodgson insists Fulham team is full of Euro stars

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Wenger weighs up Hangeland bid

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Fulham would consider offers for Hangeland

Fulham boss Roy Hodgson wants to emulate neighbours Chelsea and keep his defensive leader away from other teams - but he admits he would have to consider offers for Brede Hangeland.

Transfer talk: Australian looks north

They shoot...

Fulham warn Arsenal off Hangeland

Fulham boss Roy Hodgson has warned Arsenal he will do everything possible to keep Brede Hangeland at Craven Cottage this summer.

Fulham close to signing Dikgacoi

Fulham boss Roy Hodgson is hoping to be granted a work permit for South Africa midfielder Kagiso Dikgacoi.

Wenger offers hope for Vieira's return

The Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger is not ruling out his former captain Patrick Vieira returning to the club. The 33-year-old midfielder, who left Arsenal for Juventus in 2005, is surplus to requirements at Internazionale.

Transfer talk (Wednesday, 8 July)

They shoot...

Hangeland expects to stay at Fulham

Highly-rated Fulham centre-half Brede Hangeland has again played down speculation he is set to quite Craven Cottage.

Hangeland dismisses exit talk

Brede Hangeland maintains there are "no indications" he is set to leave Fulham in the summer.

Osman on song for final as Fulham get Euro spot

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Fulham in Europe despite defeat by Everton

Fulham 0 Everton 2

Kamara clicks twice to expose Villa's weakness

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