Hodgson backs Murphy to continue at top level

Roy Hodgson sees no reason why Danny Murphy cannot continue to play at the top level for many seasons - but warned against expecting the Fulham captain to "hit the ground running" on his return to action from a knee injury against CSKA Sofia tonight.

Hodgson sounds cautious note on use of extra match officials

Fulham manager also warns over putting too much faith in video technology

Fans turn on Rafa as Torres move prompts Reds' collapse

Fulham 3 Liverpool 1: Boos ring out for Benitez after decision to withdraw star men leaves toothless Liverpool there for taking

Stay united and we can keep Benitez in job, says Carragher

Stalwart calls for Liverpool to come together as Rafa contemplates a fifth successive defeat and the prospect of an Anfield exit

Hodgson turns down Sweden and Norway offers

Fulham will be under pressure to secure boss Roy Hodgson on a long-term contract after it emerged he turned down approaches from Norway as well as Sweden.

Fulham celebrate in style as Zamora returns to form

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Hodgson urges fans to cheer Bullard

Roy Hodgson admits Jimmy Bullard may get a frosty reception if he makes his long-awaited comeback from injury at Craven Cottage tonight.

Arsenal hammer Blackburn with six of the best

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Gradi back nurturing careers at Crewe

One of the game's outstanding coaches is back in the dug-out today, though he would rather be on some windswept Astroturf, developing a promising young talent.

Hodgson angered by Uefa keeper decision

Roy Hodgson rounded on Uefa after Fulham were forced to play last night's 1-0 Europa League victory over Basle without a replacement goalkeeper.

Sam Wallace: Who said this father-to-be can't grow up?

If Wayne Rooney was in any doubt as to whether he should choose the birth of his child over playing for Manchester United against CSKA in Moscow later this month then he should heed the advice of his fellow Scouser, and former England team-mate, Jamie Carragher.

Fulham wins will come insists Murphy

Danny Murphy insists Fulham are refusing to hit the panic buttons despite slumping to a three-match losing streak.

McCarthy made to suffer for landmark victory

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Hodgson insists Fulham team is full of Euro stars

Roy Hodgson last night denied Fulham are neglecting the Europa League by making wholesale changes for tonight's Group E match with CSKA Sofia. Only goalkeeper David Stockdale and defender John Paintsil survive from the starting line-up that defeated Everton 2-1 on Sunday.

Crewe report approach for teenager

Crewe have reported an unnamed Premier League club to the Football Association for an alleged illegal approach for one of its young players.

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