Walker shows what it takes to fill Neville's boots for England

Aston Villa 2 Fulham 2

Dempsey rescues point for Fulham at Villa Park

Aston Villa 2 Fulham 2

Ameobi injury adds to Newcastle's bad week

Fulham 1 Newcastle United 0

Houllier the happiest after a frantic January

Aston Villa's manager wins the award for best dealing but Everton's David Moyes comes bottom of the class

Gael Kakuta joins Fulham on loan

Gael Kakuta today joined Fulham on loan from Chelsea until the end of the season.

Fulham boss Mark Hughes bemoans timing of Liverpool match

Gael Kakuta was today close to joining Fulham on loan after undergoing a medical.

Steve Sidwell wants to take chance at Fulham

Steve Sidwell has revealed his relief at finally becoming a Fulham player as he prepares for what could be his full debut at Liverpool tomorrow night.

Fulham have last laugh in feud with Stoke

Fulham 2 Stoke 0

James Lawton: No wonder O'Neill rejected West Ham, it is a rancid chalice

Avram Grant is no Ron Greenwood but who could not be revolted by the treatment he has received from one of the more unacceptable faces of football ownership?

Avram Grant remains focussed on West Ham

Avram Grant feels he owes it to the West Ham squad to carry on doing his job and focus on football matters until someone tells him otherwise.

Boardroom panic fails man in black

O'Neill waiting in the wings as hapless Avram faces chop – but West Ham owners should look in the mirror

Grant: enemy within is hurting us

West Ham United 2 Barnsley 0

Disaster averted as Grant gamble pays off

West Ham United 2 Barnsley 0: Fresh legs have desired effect in giving West Ham's manager a longer run

Fulham set to win Steve Sidwell chase

Fulham manager Mark Hughes wants Steve Sidwell to rejuvenate his career at Craven Cottage and bring drive to the midfield after apparently capturing him from under the noses of Premier League rivals.

Carlo Ancelotti says Chelsea team spirit remains

Under-fire Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti insists the woeful recent form which has all but eliminated his side from title contention has not broken the spirit of the squad.

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