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The German was axed amid bad results and even more terrible stories

Jonjo Shelvey (R) of Swansea City celebrates scoring the opening goal alongside Nathan Dyer

Swansea City 2 Fulham 0 match report: Swansea end nightmare run to move away from relegation zone

Jonjo Shelvey and Chico Flores score second half goals

Swansea manager Michael Laudrup looks on from the touchline

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The Sport Matrix: Monday 27 January 2014

Oscar puts on a show to take Blues to City in round five

Hugo Rodallega celebrates his equaliser for Fulham

Sheffield United 1 Fulham 1 match report: Hugo Rodallega rescues Fulham but Darren Bent miss adds to the workload

League One side had captain Doyle sent off in the FA Cup tie

Rene Meulensteen looks on during his Fulham side's 2-0 defeat to Arsenal

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Steven Defour

Transfer news: Fulham showing interest in Porto midfielder Steven Defour, reveals agent

The Belgium international is keen on a move to the Premier League

Cavani, Cabaye, Salah and Mata: the biggest movers this month?

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A look at the potential biggest deals as the January transfer window nears closure

Ravel Morrison

Transfer news: Ravel Morrison could leave for Fulham, admits Sam Allardyce

West Ham youngster appears to be edging ever closer to a switch to London rivals Fulham

Jack Wilshere believes Arsenal can maintain their Premier League title challenge without adding another striker to cover for Olivier Giroud

Transfer news: Jack Wilshere believes Arsenal can maintain Premier League title challenge without bringing in another striker

The Gunners have been linked with a move for one of Dimitar Berbatov, Alvaro Morata and Mirko Vucinic but Wilshere believes they can make do with Olivier Giroud

Rene Meulensteen looks on during his Fulham side's 2-0 defeat to Arsenal

Arsenal 2 Fulham 0: Time for Fulham to get their hands dirty in survival scrap

The Calvin Report: 'Our spirit is very good. We can stay up, without a shadow of a doubt' - Rene Muelensteen, the Fulham manager, is in optimistic mood

Santi Cazorla celebrates with his Arsenal teammates after scoring against Fulham

Arsenal 2 Fulham 0 match report: Santi Cazorla finds combination to unlock tight defence

Spanish winger steps up to lift sluggish Arsenal and keep Wenger’s side ahead of the pack

Arsenal's Jack Wilshere celebrates scoring the opening goal in the Gunners' 2-1 Premier League victory over Aston Villa

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Lukas Podolski likes scoring against Fulham

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Rene Meulensteen said he would not comment on Ravel Morrison 'because it is going to get me into trouble'

Arsenal v Fulham: Cottagers already have squad capable of survival claims Rene Meulensteen, despite making move for Ravel Morrison

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