Riise joins up with brother at Cottage

Fulham have confirmed the signing of former Liverpool defender John Arne Riise from Roma. The 30-year-old has agreed a three-year deal at Craven Cottage and moves for an undisclosed fee.

Fulham sign John Arne Riise from Roma

Fulham have completed the signing of Roma defender John Arne Riise for an undisclosed fee.

John Arne Riise close to joining Fulham

Fulham are closing in on the signing of Norway international John Arne Riise from Roma.

Fulham progress despite Europa stalemate

Fulham were held to a frustrating goalless draw by Faroe Island part-timers NSI Runavok last night but still progressed to the second qualifying round of the Europa League.

Jesper Gronkjaer: The winger who scored Chelsea's £1bn goal

The Abramovich era is stuttering but the man who launched it, and who plays against his old club tomorrow, tells Mark Fleming about the early days

Striker Bellamy arrested and bailed over alleged assault in Cardiff

Manchester City forward Craig Bellamy has been arrested and bailed on suspicion of assault after an incident in Cardiff at 2.45am on Sunday.

Sam Wallace: Villa's new man has nothing to prove but that won't stop him raging against the past

Talking Football: What was striking about Houllier last Friday was that, at 63, he looked fitter and healthier than when he left Liverpool. So why come back?

Arsenal manager Wenger admits Bellamy attraction

Arsenal, who host bottom club Portsmouth tonight, may bid for fiery City striker

Bellamy proves his worth as City cash in

Wolverhampton Wanderers 0 Manchester City 3

Tim Rich: Ruling body clings to dim view of video technology

Had a fifth official been standing behind the goal at the Stade de France, he would probably have spotted Thierry Henry's handball. Had it been up to a fourth official with a monitor, the scandal surrounding French qualification for the World Cup would certainly have been avoided.

Nevland's sending-off dashes Fulham hopes

Roma 2 Fulham 1

Riise dismisses Liverpool return

Norway international defender John Arne Riise has dismissed reports linking him with a move from AS Roma back to Liverpool.

Hodgson critical of referee after Roma draw

Roy Hodgson felt Fulham were the victims of poor refereeing as Roma snatched a late draw amid chaotic scenes at Craven Cottage.

Mistaken identity confuses Fulham

Fulham 1 Roma 1

Ranieri off to a winning start with Roma

Newly-installed coach Claudio Ranieri admitted the points were more important than the performance following a debut victory at the helm of AS Roma.

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