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A look ahead to this week’s FA Cup replay at Craven Cottage

Simon Davies ruled out for five months for Fulham

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

Martin Jol plays down Juande Ramos animosity ahead of meeting

Fulham boss Martin Jol has played down talk of animosity with Dnipro coach Juande Ramos despite the Spaniard controversially replacing him as Tottenham manager four years ago.

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.

Martin Jol confident of Fulham progress after draw

Manager Martin Jol believes Fulham will have the initiative next week and has backed his side to progress despite yesterday's goalless draw with RNK Split.

Fulham cruise through as Martin Jol seeks balance

Fulham manager Martin Jol believes it is possible to strike a balance between the Barclays Premier League and the Cottagers' exertions in other competitions but concedes it will be tough.

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: potential summer transfer targets

The surprise departure of Mark Hughes was followed by the popular appointment of Martin Jol at the helm of Fulham, and a few new faces can be expected to follow the Dutchman to Craven Cottage.

Jol opens with comfortable Europa win

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Martin Jol happy with Europa participation

Fulham manager Martin Jol insists nobody is complaining about the Cottagers' early return to competitive football and even backed his charges to repeat the Europa League exploits of two years ago.

Martin Jol unveiled as Fulham manager

New Fulham manager Martin Jol says he always harboured ambitions to return to English football after his spell in charge of Tottenham.

The sporting week ahead (19/06/11)

Today

Martin Jol may hold key to Gera future

West Brom's hopes of re-signing Zoltan Gera from Fulham could be dashed after the arrival of Martin Jol as the Cottagers new manager, according to the players' agent.

Fulham appoint Martin Jol as manager

New Fulham manager Martin Jol cannot wait for the chance to have another crack at the Barclays Premier League and will waste no time in adding to his squad at Craven Cottage.

Jol shares my vision, says Mohamed Al Fayed

Fulham chairman Mohamed Al Fayed insists Martin Jol is at Craven Cottage for the long term.

Aston Villa's move for Michael Bradley on hold

Aston Villa have been given more time to decide about signing United States midfielder Michael Bradley on a permanent basis because of their managerial situation, Press Association Sport understands.

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