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Former Liverpool star Danny Murphy has urged Liverpool to consider a move for Wilfried Zaha, who has been tipped to move to an elite European club this summer.
Former Liverpool player Danny Murphy has blasted Manchester United's transfer strategy after their failure to land a centre-back during the last two transfer windows, Starsport reports.
Former England midfielder, Danny Murphy has reacted to England's penalty shootout win over Colombia at the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Russia, saying that it was a well deserved victory.
Former Liverpool midfielder Danny Murphy feels Arsenal would find it hard to replace Alexis Sanchez, should he be allowed to leave the Emirates this summer.
A former Premier League footballer has accused Leicester City interim manager Craig Shakespeare of being out of order for declaring that he wants to be the next permanent manager at the King Power Stadium.
Danny Murphy has officially announced his retirement from football, having had a glorious 20-year association with the game.
Fulham's manager Martin Jol wants to sign a few more players despite bringing in Derek Boateng, Maarten Stekelenburg and Fernando Amorebieta. It is understood Fulham are hoping to sign a forward and a defender.
Fulham forward Clint Dempsey scored a late equaliser and his 16th Premier League goal of the season as Chelsea could only manage to secure a 1-1 draw at Craven Cottage last night.
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.
Queens Park Rangers' manager Mark Hughes has reportedly made a 1 million GBP offer for Fulham midfielder Danny Murphy. The 34-year-old is being chased by the R's as they look to strengthen their squad before the end of the transfer window.
Arsenal's recent form suggested that this game would be easy pickings for the Gunners, but a spirited Fulham performance ensured that the points would be shared today. Thomas Vermaelen had the unfortunate privilege of scoring both goals in this game in a 1-1 draw, the first an own goal but he made amends with an equaliser late on.
Tottenham claimed a nervy win in their London derby against Fulham at Craven Cottage. Fulham played well for most of the match, but Spurs hung on to take three points.
Fulham hosting Everton may not be the most high profile Premier League game on the fixture list today, but this game is of massive significance to both sides who find themselves just one point outside of the relegation zone.
Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini praised his side despite only being able to draw 2-2 to Fulham at the weekend. Sergio Aguero's two goals were not enough to secure victory.
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.
Roy Hodgson had the worst possible start to his Fulham managerial career as he watched his team squander a 1-0 lead to local rivals Chelsea at Craven Cottage. Goals from Michael Ballack and Salomon Kalou were enough to beat the Cottagers.
Fulham battled away at Birmingham to secure an important Premiership point. The watching Roy Hodgson will be pleased with the way his side represented themselves in this relegation battle.
Manchester United defeated Fulham 2-0 at Old Trafford thanks to an excellent Cristiano Ronaldo brace. Perhaps Carlos Tevez should've scored more goals to wrap up the game, but the three points help push the Champions further up the Premiership.
Blackburn Rovers came back from behind twice to record a 2-2 draw and a point against Fulham at Craven Cottage. Stephen Warnock's late equaliser was enough to make sure both sides shared the spoils.
Fulham 3-3 Manchester City. In arguably the game of the day, Fulham and Manchester City shared six goals and a point each at Craven Cottage.