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Arséne Wenger now has a core of young English players

Arsenal are helping the English game, says Arsène Wenger

Gunners boss now has a core of young English players

Frank Lampard's future at Chelsea is still in doubt

Fulham manager Martin Jol willing to offer Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard a home at Craven Cottage

The veteran midfielder looks set to leave Stamford Bridge this summer

Papiss Cisse eased Newcastle's relegation fears with an injury-time winner against Fulham

Alan Pardew reveals harsh half-time team talk for Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse

Striker went on to score the winner against Fulham

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The Fulham captain could prove to be an astute bit of business either now or in the summer for clubs seeking defensive reinforcements and Cottagers fans will be alarmed that one of their star men has not been signed up as yet, particularly after the summer exits of Mousa Dembele and Clint Dempsey.

Moussa Dembélé puts Inter defeat to one side ahead of Fulham clash

Few teams dislike a derby as much as Fulham, whose record against their closest neighbours, Chelsea, is nine wins in 77 games; against Arsenal, eight in 52; and against today's opponents Tottenham, 12 in 78.

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Sascha Riether undecided over Fulham future

Right-back is on loan until the end of the season

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Fulham complete deal for PSV Eindhoven right-back Stanislav Manolev

Bulgarian international replaces Stephen Kelly who joined Reading

Arsène Wenger insisted that Arsenal’s season still has a lot of 'potential'

Manchester United soar but Arsène Wenger hits new low

Ferguson’s side stay top of the League after stirring fightback as Gunners face more questions

Mahamadou Diarra could be ruled out for the majority of the season with a knee injury

Fulham midfielder Mahamadou Diarra '50-50' for Arsenal trip

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Steven Pienaar of Everton in action with Bryan Ruiz of Fulham

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Fulham 2 Everton 2: Fulham manager Jol concedes his side were ‘dominated’ before Sidwell’s late equaliser

Damien Duff slots one home for Fulham

Damien Duff available to Fulham for short trip to Reading

Fulham winger Damien Duff is available for tomorrow's Barclays Premier League clash at Reading after recovering from an illness.

Fulham manager Martin Jol

Bobby Zamora claims 'vast majority' of Fulham players don't get on with Martin Jol

Bobby Zamora has claimed “the vast majority” of Fulham's squad do not get on with Martin Jol, suggesting that was partly behind the exodus of players from the club.

Kieran Richardson has signed for Fulham

Kieran Richardson completes switch from Sunderland to Fulham

Kieran Richardson completed his move from Sunderland to Fulham today.

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Dimitar Berbatov appeared on the verge of a move to Italy, with either Fiorentina or Juventus. But a last minute intervention from Martin Jol may have swerved the Bulgarian's decision. The Manchester United man, who cost £30.75m four years ago, is apparently keen to stay in England due to family reasons. The 31-year-old will cost in the region of £5m.

Berbatov close to Fulham move as Rooney stays put

Fulham were last night near to achieving what Juventus, the Italian champions, failed to do: convince Dimitar Berbatov to join them.

Marouane Fellaini was imperious against Manchester United

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