- Date of Birth: 19 June 1972
- Birthplace: Arlington Heights, Illinois, Arlington Heights, Illinois, United States
- Position: Forward, Striker
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and a whole lot of love shared between Brian McBride and the Goodison Park faithful, Everton announced he would be heading back across the
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Fulham somehow survived in the Premiership this year, and all of the plaudits will go to Roy Hodgson. For much of the close season the Cottagers looked dead and buried, but Hodgson remained focused on his job and his side pulled a memorable 1-0 victory over Pompey out of the bag to see Reading and Birmingham relegated to the Championship.
The Premier League comes to a conclusion on Sunday, and not only is the title race to be decided, but the relegation scrap will also come to a head. The potential losses involved in relegation are the root cause of nightmares for all chairmen at that end of the table.
Liverpool hammered a huge nail into the Premiership coffin of Fulham tonight thanks to a 2-0 victory over the Cottagers at Craven Cottage on Saturday afternoon; with goals from Jermaine Pennant and Peter Crouch.
If Fulham ever wanted a chance to get three points over Premiership rivals Liverpool - now would be the perfect time - the Reds sights are firmly focused on the midweek encounter with Chelsea in the Champions League, and Rafa Benitez has decided to rest some of his players.
Goals from Erik Nevland and Brian McBride gave Fulham a real outside chance of Premiership survival this year, and boss Roy Hodgson revealed his delight at securing an incredible 2-0 victory over Reading at the Madejski Stadium.
Fulham boosted their survival hopes as a Brian McBride goal gave them a 1-0 victory over Champions League qualification chasing Everton at Craven Cottage on Sunday. Fulham boss Roy Hodgson now believes eight big results could save their season.
Fulham take on West Ham at Craven Cottage - desperate to gain some revenge for the 2-1 defeat they suffered earlier in the season to the Hammers. West Ham won thanks to an Anton Ferdinand goal.
Fulham have completed the signing of USA international striker Eddie Johnson from Kansas City Wizards in a fee believed to be around £3 million. The player has had a work permit given and is now ready to begin his Fulham career.
Managerless Fulham are without a victory in seven league games and Birmingham are looking a little better since Alex McLeish took charge at St. Andrews. 4 of the 8 Premiership matches in this game have finished in a draw.
Tottenham have won 3, drawn 2 and lost 2 of 7 under Juande Ramos and are showing some improvement. Fulham on the other hand are managerless and in dire need of points. Fulham have only 2 clean sheets to their name this year... and it'll prove tough to get a third here today.
Fulham need to get more points on the board as they have managed just 1 point in 12. Newcastle are equally as bad at the moment, with 5 points from 18. Fulham and Newcastle will both be desperate as Sam Allardyce's future still hangs in the balance.
Fulham travel to Manchester United in a tough looking trip for the London side who have only won twice this year. The Red Devils on the other hand have only lost twice this season. Wayne Rooney's return could spark Man Utd into form.
Roy Keane's Sunderland host Lawrie Sanchez's Fulham in the Premiership at the Stadium of Light on Saturday. Both sides are on eight points each having played 10 games, and the trip will be difficult for Fulham who are desperate to pick up points.
Fulham who are on the longest current winless run in seven games are anxious to avoid the 100th defeat in their Premier League history against Derby. Derby, on the other hand, are terrible on the road.