1994–95 Fulham F.C. season

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Fulham F.C.
1994-95 season
League Division Three
Manager Ian Branfoot
League position 7th
Top goalscorer League:
All competitions:
FA Cup Second round
League Cup Second round
Highest home attendance
Lowest home attendance
Previous season 1993-94
Next season 1995-96

The 1994-95 season was Fulham's 97th season in professional football. They played in Division 3 (previously known as Division 4) - the lowest level played in their history, finishing a respectable 7th place, ahead of Scunthorpe United by a goal difference of +1. This was still, however, a slight disappointment for many Fulham fans, as they were hoping for promotion back into Division 2. Ian Branfoot stood in his first season as manager for Fulham, after Don Mackay's sacking after the previous season's poor display.

Squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
England GK Jim Stannard
England GK Lee Harrison
England GK John Gregory
England DF Micky Adams
England DF Terry Angus
England DF Mark Blake
England DF Robbie Herrera
England DF Duncan Jupp
England DF Kevin Moore
England DF Simon Morgan
England DF Glen Thomas
England DF John Marshall
Cyprus MF Ara Bedrossian
England MF Danny Bolt
No. Position Player
England MF Nick Cusack
England MF Martin Ferney
England MF Tony Finnigan
England MF Julian Hails
Northern Ireland MF Rory Hamill
England MF Terry Hurlock
England MF Michael Mison
England FW Carl Bartley
England FW Gary Brazil
England FW Alan Cork
England FW Rob Haworth
England FW Mark Stallard
England FW Martin Thomas

Final league table[edit]

Pos. Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts
1. Carlisle 42 27 10 5 67 31 91
2. Walsall 42 24 11 7 75 40 83
3. Chesterfield 42 23 12 7 62 37 81
4. Bury 42 23 11 8 73 36 80
5. Preston 42 19 10 13 58 41 67
6. Mansfield 42 18 11 13 84 59 65
7. Fulham 42 16 14 12 60 54 62
8. Scunthorpe 42 18 8 16 68 63 62
9. Doncaster 42 17 10 15 58 43 61
10. Colchester 42 16 10 16 56 64 58
11. Barnet 42 15 11 16 56 63 56
12. Lincoln 42 15 11 16 54 55 56
13. Torquay 42 14 13 15 54 57 55
14. Wigan 42 14 10 18 53 60 52
15. Rochdale 42 12 14 16 44 67 50
16. Hereford 42 12 13 17 45 62 49
17. Northampton 42 10 14 18 45 67 44
18. Hartlepool 42 11 10 21 43 69 43
19. Gillingham 42 10 11 21 46 64 41
20. Darlington 42 11 8 23 43 57 41
21. Scarborough 42 8 10 24 49 70 34
22. Exeter 42 8 10 24 36 70 34

Matches[edit]

Division 3[edit]

1994-08-13
Fulham 1 – 1 Walsall
Moore Goal Lightbourne Goal
Craven Cottage, London
Attendance: 5,308

1994-08-20
Scunthorpe 1 – 2 Fulham
Juryeff Goal Cork Goal Goal
Glanford Park, Scunthorpe
Attendance: 3,165

1994-08-27
Fulham 2 – 0 Wigan
Cork Goal
Morgan Goal
Craven Cottage, London
Attendance: 4,241

1994-08-30
Doncaster 0 – 0 Fulham
Belle Vue, Doncaster
Attendance: 3,003

1994-09-03
Torquay 2 – 1 Fulham
Okorie Goal
Stamps Goal
Moore Goal
Plainmoor, Torquay
Attendance: 4,739

1994-09-10
Fulham 0 – 1 Preston
Trebble Goal
Craven Cottage, London
Attendance: 5,001

Coca-Cola Cup[edit]

FA Cup[edit]

External links[edit]