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Newcastle 0 Fulham 0

On-song Fulham keep Carroll quiet but still cannot score

Newcastle United 0 Fulham 0

Carew row increases Houllier's Villa woes

Fulham 1 Aston Villa 1

Hangeland's howler lets Hammers draw comfort from mean Green

West Ham United 1 Fulham 1

Jones wraps up Carling Cup win for Stoke

Stoke City 2 Fulham 0

Blackburn and Fulham draw

Blackburn 1 Fulham 1

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Giggs rues sloppy Manchester United

The loss of two valuable points at Fulham yesterday will be felt even more keenly by Manchester United because they had targeted the Premier League as their number one priority this season.

Hangeland hails seemless managerial change

Brede Hangeland believes Fulham have made a seamless managerial transition from Roy Hodgson to Mark Hughes.

Ferguson angered by penalty miss

Sir Alex Ferguson was frustrated at Manchester United's inability to kill off Fulham at Craven Cottage and felt Ryan Giggs should have taken the critical penalty.

United manager under fire over BBC boycott

Sir Alex Ferguson was criticised for the first time by the Premier League yesterday for failing to end his feud with the BBC and grant the corporation an interview after his Manchester United side's 2-2 draw with Fulham at Craven Cottage.

Last gasp equaliser wins Fulham a point

Fulham 2 Manchester United 2

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