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Fulham win promotion to Premier League after beating Aston Villa in Championship play-off final

Aston Villa 0 Fulham 1 Cairney 23 (Odoi sent off for Fulham)
Published an hour ago on Telegraph

Live Fulham win promotion to Premier League after beating Aston Villa in Championship play-off final: live reaction

Aston Villa 0 Fulham 1 Cairney 23 (Odoi sent off for Fulham)
Published an hour ago on Telegraph

Champions League final LIVE!

Archive of live commentary from the UEFA Champions League match R Madrid vs Liverpool. Read the play by play.
Published 3 hours ago on Sky Sports News

Fulham playoff final: 'If we can deal with the pressure, I think we’ll win’ - Tom Cairney

FOR Frank Sinatra, read Tom Cairney. The leader of the Fulham Rat Pack may not be able to croon ‘My Way’ like Ol’ Blue Eyes, but the mantra is the same – if Fulham earn promotion today, it will be done their way or not at all.
Published 20 hours ago on Daily Express

Fulham playoff final: Slavisa Jokanovic urges his players to seize their chance at Wembley

SLAVISA JOKANOVIC has drilled into his Fulham glory seekers just how important Saturday’s Championship playoff final is for him, the team, the club and the fans.
Published 21 hours ago on Daily Express

Jamie CarragherThe Champions League changed my life - it can do the same for this Liverpool team

I need only talk about the venue and the memories come pouring back.
Published yesterday at 12:31 pm on Telegraph

Comment: The Champions League changed my life - it can do the same for this Liverpool team

I need only talk about the venue and the memories come pouring back.
Published yesterday at 12:11 pm on Telegraph

Ryan SessegnonFrom quiet pupil to English football's teenage marvel

Alistair Mackintosh, Fulham’s chief executive, was speaking at a supporters’ meeting this week when he recalled an evening game, earlier in the season, in which Ryan Sessegnon had been selected by doping control to provide a sample after the match had finished.
Published yesterday at 08:21 am on Telegraph

Hurst is No.1 target – but Town have other options in play

Ipswich Town’s top managerial target is Shrewsbury Town boss Paul Hurst, but there are other options still in play. STUART WATSON and ANDY WARREN report.
Published yesterday at 06:06 am on Green Un

Lewis Grabban hopes Aston Villa promotion can help people forget his relegation in same season

It sounds like one of those dreaded pub quiz questions:
Published yesterday at 10:41 pm on Telegraph


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May 6Cardiff City0 - 0A
Apr 28Ipswich Town0 - 4H
Apr 21Sheffield Wednesday0 - 3A
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19Birmingham46-3046
20Reading46-2244
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22Barnsley46-2441
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