Westside came to Motspur Park with every intention to erase their heaviest defeat in any competitions this season so far, a 5 – 1 drubbing at home back in September.  The match started physically and with a lot of passion. All 50-50 balls were keenly fought over by both sides with no shrinking out of

Fulham Deaf lose at home for first time

Saturday, 13 December 2003 by

West End went 1 – 0 up after some neglectful defending by Fulham Deaf. The home side had poor ball possession, which allowed West End to produce some dangerous through balls. The first half was a scrappy affair best forgotten and Fulham DFC counted themselves lucky not to be more than a goal down at

Black Country DFC visited Fulham DFC in the BDSC second round for a place in the quarter finals against St Johns. Manager Christof Niklaus handed over to his assistant Ayad Sarraf to take charge for the day due to illness. In the first ten minutes, Fulham Deaf controlled the match with a couple of chances

Fulham Deaf pitched battle against Spartak Molesey three weeks after winning 6 – 0 at home. Spartak started the match with clear intentions of gaining revenge for their heaviest defeat of the season with clear passing and neat teamwork inside Fulham Deaf's half. Fulham Deaf made little or no progress to get into the match

Fulham Deaf slumps to first defeat

Saturday, 29 November 2003 by

Poor preparation and organisation contributed to the first defeat for Fulham Deaf and it was no more than what they deserved.  On a typical rainy Saturday afternoon, the ball rolled forward under the heels of Rowan Dixon at 2.00pm to commence the match. Fulham Deaf started brightly with three corners won inside the first five

Fulham Deaf overcome stuttering start

Saturday, 22 November 2003 by

With hardly five minutes gone, Fulham Deaf went behind 1-0 against ten men Westhook after a blunder by Richard Parker who hesitated about coming out to collect the ball. This allowed Westhook to slot into the net from eighteen yards out. What was made all the more embarrassing was that Westhook started with ten men