- Current club: Celtic
- Date of Birth: 2 March 1979
- Birthplace: Ballyboden, Ballyboden, Dublin, Ireland
- Position: Midfielder, Winger
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Irish winger Damien Duff has told reporters that it is certain he will quit Fulham at the end of the season.The Irishman joined Fulham in 2009 and has been crucial for the Cottagers as they survived relegation but will now quit his club and could move to the MLS.
Fulham have pulled out of the race to sign Wilfried Zaha after Martin Jol confirmed he would not be making a move for the Man Utd winger.
Fulham manager Martin Jol is believed to be planning a summer clear out of some of his oldest stars, including Danny Murphy, Andy Johnson and Damien Duff. The Cottagers are already planning summer transfers.
Can Fulham stop Robin van Persie? With 31 Premier League goals in 2011, the Dutch striker is the second highest scorer in the whole of Europe, and for Fulham to be able to secure a point against their London rivals you wonder if their best chance will be to stop van Persie at the Emirates in today's late afternoon kick off.
Wigan manager Roberto Martinez and Fulham's Martin Jol both find themselves in worrying positions in the Premier League, and both teams need 3 points in this game as they look to turn poor form around and escape the relegation mire.
Damien Duff has signed a new contract with Fulham until 2013. The 30 year old has been rewarded for his fine form over the past two years and put pen to paper on a new contract.
Returning midfielder Joey Barton played a hand in Newcastle's 2-1 win in the Premiership against West Brom, as he grabbed a goal to mark the club's first win since August 23rd.
Newcastle United fought back from two goals down against Everton to claim a point.
It might only be the Carling Cup third round but Wednesday night's tussle between strugglers Newcastle and Tottenham is massively important for both sides.
Damien Duff has ruled out any possibility of a return to his old club Blackburn. The Newcastle winger is set to leave the club this summer, if rumours are to be believed, and his old club had emerged as candidates.
Several Premiership sides are queueing up for the signature of Newcastle's unwanted winger Damien Duff. The former Blackburn player is valued by his club at £7 million.
New Ireland boss Giovanni Trapattoni has revealed his first preliminary squad for the training camp in Portugal in May.
A relegation battle between two sides who have had a shocking season in the Premiership. Kevin Keegan is still desperately searching for his first win in the Premiership, while Roy Hodgson will still be flying high after their 1-0 victory over Everton last week. Newcastle will take heart from the fact that Fulham have not won in 31 games on the road.
Matt Derbyshire continued Newcastle's dismal start under Kevin Keegan as Blackburn grabbed a commendable smash and grab victory over the Toon at St. James' Park.
Alex Ferguson's Manchester United hammered King Kev's Newcastle United 5-1. Alex Ferguson had stated that he was looking forward to facing his old rival and his team's performance certainly showed it.
German defender rescued a late point for Middlesbrough in a 1-1 draw at St. James' Park on Sunday afternoon in the Tyne-Tees derby. Newcastle looked to have sealed the three points thanks to Michael Owen's 60th minute goal.
Newcastle boss Kevin Keegan has called on his Toon Army to show courage if they are to ever beat Arsenal in the FA Cup today at the Emirates, and believes his team can cause the hosts enough problems to grab a result.
Newcastle chairman Chris Mort has admitted he is disappointed with 'too many disappointing results' this season. Newcastle have fallen into the wrong half of the Premiership and Sam Allardyce is under huge pressure to turn around results.
What an epic battle this could be as Sam Allardyce's head is in the firing line. Newcastle must get a win here or Allardyce faces the chop; on the other hand Steve Bruce is getting Wigan going a little and today could be the place to get some points.
Newcastle boss Sam Allardyce is targeting three wins on the spin for Newcastle against Derby after victories against Fulham and Birmingham, and Big Sam has admitted three points will be a festive treat for Newcastle and himself.