Berbatov of Fulham is challenged by Joe Bennett of Aston Villa
Bryan Ruiz of Fulham is tackled by Sergio Aguero of Manchester City

British players given preferential treatment by referees says Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero

Manchester City's Sergio Aguero believes foreign players have a tougher time with referees than their British counterparts.

Dzeko gives points to shapeless City

Fulham 1 Manchester City 2: Late goal earns Mancini's men a first win in four but lack of chances will be a cause for concern

Jermain Defoe scored his side's second goal to secure three points at White Hart Lane
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Dempsey ensures end to Cottagers' losing streak

Fulham 2 Norwich 1

Natural yawn finisher: Scoring is all too easy for Fulham’s Pavel Pogrebnyak

Fulham unearth gem as Pogrebnyak sinks Stoke

Fulham 2 Stoke City 1

Pogrebnyak's debut goal helps Fulham land points

Fulham 2 Stoke 1

Fulham miss Zamora as they draw with West Brom

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Blackburn claw their way out relegation zone

Blackburn 3 Fulham 1

Simeon Jackson grabs dramatic last-gasp equaliser

Norwich 1 Fulham 1

Swansea beat Fulham to win first game in five

Swansea 2 Fulham 0

Dempsey strikes for Fulham after Spearing walks

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John Arne Riise: Back and on the attack

Fulham's defender with the thunderbolt in his left foot wanted another shot at the Premier League

Martin Jol wants two new players at Fulham

Martin Jol is looking to add up to two more new faces to his Fulham squad before the transfer window closes.

Riise to make Fulham debut against Crusaders

John Arne Riise will make his Fulham debut this evening in the Europa League home match with Crusaders.

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