Rumours from various sources that Fulham could be looking at signing Matt Smith, even though he just signed a new three-year deal a fortnight ago.
Rumours on twitter about Arsenal wanting Ron Vlaar from Villa, but Paul Lambert said yesterday there was "no chance" of him going anywhere.
Fulham Manager Felix Magath has revealed the Brentford victory has put the players in a confident frame of mind heading into the Cardiff clash.
Mohamed Al Fayed has also hit back at the Fulham manager after he blamed the club's former owner for their recent demise.
The Cottagers were relegated from the Premier League in May after 13 seasons.
He accused Al Fayed of "not spending money", despite injecting around £200 million into the club over 16 years.
Fulham sold the best players and brought in average players. You cannot go on doing that for a long time.
Al Fayed has described suggestions he is to blame as "absurd."
Parsons Green Lane in Fulham is closed to both traffic and pedestrians due to a fire at the junction with Novello Street.
The Parsons Green Tube station is also believed to be affected.
#Fulham house fire update: Part of the second floor is alight & it's also affecting the terrace homes either side.
We've now got 6 fire engines & 30 firefighters at the house fire on Novello Street in #Fulham. No reports of any injuries at this stage.
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London's mayor has secured a deal to allow Fulham Boys School to open its doors at the start of the new term in September.Read the full story ›
Fulham have signed Ross McCormack from Leeds on a four-year deal. The club has reporedly paid around £11 million.
Fulham's relegation is linked to the removal of a Michael Jackson statue outside the stadium, former owner Mohamed Al Fayed has suggested.Read the full story ›
After last week's 3-1 defeat against Spurs, time is running out for Fulham. To keep their hopes of playing in next season's Premiership alive, a win at Craven Cottage today is critical. The Lillywhites have won two of their last three home matches.
Fulham manager Felix Magath remains confident that his side can stay in the Premier League if they win their home games.
The west London side, who are currently two points adrift of safety in 19th, face Hull City at Craven Cottage on Saturday ahead of a trip to Stoke City and a final home game against Crystal Palace.
"I am convinced we will stay up if we win our home games, but we have another game next week away at Stoke and there is always a chance to win three points," Magath said.
"We will not only try to win at our home games, we try to win every game."