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Clint Dempsey was fans’ favourite at Fulham last term – no longer

Fulham make official complaint to the Premier League over Liverpool's conduct regarding Clint Dempsey

Fulham have made an official complaint to the Premier League regarding Liverpool's conduct in the Clint Dempsey transfer saga.

Clint Dempsey (left) is rumoured to be a target for Arsenal this summer

Dempsey hints at leaving Fulham for Champions League

The American striker Clint Dempsey has maintained that he wants to play in the Champions League, which casts further doubt over his future at Fulham.

Fulham's Clint Dempsey in action against Liverpool

Clint Dempsey puts Fulham future in doubt after revealing Champions League ambitions

Clint Dempsey maintains he wants to play in the Champions League, which casts further doubt over his future at Fulham.

Stephen Kelly is hoping that Fulham will finish in the top eight

Stephen Kelly keen to defy wrist break for Fulham finale

Fulham's Stephen Kelly is hoping to end the season in style before turning his attention to Euro 2012 – even if he has to end it playing in a cast over the wrist he broke in the Cottagers' impressive 1-1 draw with Chelsea earlier this month.

Ryan Giggs in action during Manchester United's 1-0 victory over Fulham on Monday night

Giggs pleased to take luck of penalty ruling

Ryan Giggs is making no apologies for the controversial penalty decision that allowed Manchester United to claim three vital points in the Premier League title battle when they beat Fulham on Monday night.

Kerim Frei impressed in the Carling Cup match against Chelsea

Kerim Frei signs new Fulham deal

Fulham teenager Kerim Frei has penned an extended deal that will keep him at the west London club until 2015.

Fulham’s Russian striker Pavel Pogrebnyak celebrates his second goal

Pogrebnyak's hat-trick tops Fulham poll

Fulham 5 Wolverhampton Wanderers 0

QPR's Pavel Pogrebnyak celebrates after his seventh-minute goal

Diakite dismissal gives Fulham easy ride in west London derby

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Fulham seal deal for Russian international Pavel Pogrebnyak

Fulham have completed the signing of Stuttgart striker Pavel Pogrebnyak on a six-month contract, the Barclays Premier League club have announced.

Andy Johnson is sent tumbling by goalkeeper Tim Krul, which led to Fulham’s second penalty

Dempsey in charge after Jol's reshuffle

Fulham 5 Newcastle United 2: Striker claims second-half hat-trick as revamped Fulham run riot in response to Newcastle opener

Zamora forced to miss training

Bobby Zamora could miss back-to-back Premier League games after giving his club an injury scare last night.

Ruiz warns Fulham that his former club will be 'offensive'

Bryan Ruiz has not exactly started his Fulham career with a bang – more of a pop, barring one superb chipped goal against Everton – but the Londoners would be delighted to have him on the pitch tonight in the Netherlands as they face Twente in the Europa League. That they will not is thanks to Twente, from where the striker was signed for £10.6m in August and for whom he had already played in Europe this season.

Mohamed al Fayed (right)and Mark Hughes before things turned sour

Fayed issues furious response to Mark Hughes

The Fulham chairman, Mohamed al Fayed, yesterday issued a withering critique of the club's former manager, Mark Hughes, labelling the Welshman a "flop" and a "strange man" and questioning both his courage and ambition.

Davies ruled out for 'five months'

Fulham midfielder Simon Davies faces up to five months on the sidelines after suffering complications with a knee injury.

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