2010–11 Fulham F.C. season

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Fulham
2010–2011 season
Chairman Mohamed Al-Fayed
Manager Mark Hughes
Stadium Craven Cottage
Premier League 8th
FA Cup Fifth round
League Cup Third round
Top goalscorer League: Dempsey (12)
All: Dempsey (13)
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

The 2010–11 season was Fulham's 113th professional season and their 10th consecutive season in the top flight of English football, the Premier League. The season commenced on 14 August 2010 and concluded on 22 May 2011 after 38 league matches. Due to their 12th-placed finish in the league the previous season and defeat in the Europa League Final, Fulham did not qualify for European competition. In addition to the Premier League, they entered the Football League Cup in the second round, and the FA Cup in the third round.

Manager Roy Hodgson left the club during the summer after three seasons to replace Rafael Benítez at Liverpool. On 29 July, Fulham confirmed former Manchester City, Blackburn Rovers and Wales coach Mark Hughes as their new manager.

Despite drawing 16 games in the Premier League, it was a successful season for Hughes and Fulham as they finished eighth, the second-highest position in the club's history. They went out of the Football League Cup in the third round, but progressed to the fifth round of the FA Cup before exiting the competition. Clint Dempsey finished as the club's overall top scorer for the season, with 13 goals in all competitions. Fulham qualified for the following season's UEFA Europa League after finishing as one of the top teams in the UEFA Fair Play rankings.

Pre-season and friendlies[edit]

Matches[edit]

Fulham initially arranged three pre-season friendlies, away to Brentford (14 July) and Bournemouth (17 July), and at home against German side Werder Bremen on 7 August.[1] The club announced a further friendly against Portsmouth, as a testimonial match for former Portsmouth defender Linvoy Primus, who had been forced to retire due to injury. The match will be played on 31 July.[2] Fulham also organised a ten-day tour to Sweden, with friendlies fixtures against Halmstad on 22 July and Malmö on 27 July.[3]

The first team squad returned to training on 6 July, with the exception of Mark Schwarzer, John Pantsil, Clint Dempsey, Kagisho Dikgacoi, Dickson Etuhu and Philippe Senderos who had been competing in the World Cup in South Africa.[4] The first pre-season fixture against Brentford ended in a 5–0 victory, with Chris Baird, David Elm, Damien Duff, Eddie Johnson and Simon Davies all getting on the scoresheet, while Brentford's Charlie McDonald missed a penalty that would have brought Brentford level at 1–1.[5] The second match against Bournemouth was played three days later at Dean Court. Fulham striker Bobby Zamora scored an equaliser after Anton Robinson's opening goal to secure a 1–1 draw.[6] The squad then travelled to Sweden, where they faced Halmstad and Malmö. Zoltan Gera scored twice against Halmstad in a 2–2 draw as Fulham came from 2–1 behind to draw the match. Gera put Fulham ahead in the eighth minute but Joe Sise turned the game around with two goals (24 and 26) before Gera scored again in the 58th minute. The match against Malmö ended in a 0–0 draw.

Fulham's final two pre-season matches were back in England. Hughes watched from the stands as Fulham lost 1–0 to Portsmouth who had been relegated to the Football League Championship, with Marc Wilson scoring the only goal of the match. The club then welcomed German side Werder Bremen to Craven Cottage. Gera scored a hat-trick and Zamora and Johnson both scored in a 5–1 victory – Claudio Pizarro scored the goal for the away side.

Date Opponents H / A Result
F – A
Scorers Attendance
14 July 2010 Brentford A 5–0 Baird 14', Elm 24', Duff 29', Johnson 49', Davies 67' 4,167
17 July 2010 Bournemouth A 1–1 Zamora 26' (Bournemouth: Robinson 10') 3,081
22 July 2010 Halmstad A 2–2 Gera 8', 58' (Halmstad: Sise 24', 26') 1,885
27 July 2010 Malmö A 0–0 5,019
31 July 2010 Portsmouth A 0–1 (Portsmouth: Wilson 37') 6,605
7 August 2010 Werder Bremen H 5–1 Zamora 53', Gera 65', 71', 76', Johnson 86' (Werder: Pizarro 10') 8,149

Transfers[edit]

After the departure of Chris Smalling to Manchester United, fellow defender Philippe Senderos was Fulham's first signing of the summer when he moved from Arsenal on a free transfer.[7][8] Nicky Shorey and Stefano Okaka both returned to Aston Villa and AS Roma respectively at the end of their loan deals, while Wayne Brown was released.[7] Erik Nevland, Toni Kallio, Christopher Buchtmann, Michael Uwezu, Andranik and Stefan Payne all left the club at the beginning of July.[9] Jonathan Greening committed his future to Fulham by completing a permanent transfer from West Bromwich Albion after a season-long loan.

Fulham made further signings following the start of the Premier League season. Mousa Dembélé moved in a £5million deal from Dutch side AZ Alkmaar. Algerian defender Rafik Halliche signed for the club on 24 August from S.L. Benfica for an undisclosed fee. Three days later, Fulham secured a deal to bring Mexican defender Carlos Salcido to the club for £1.5million. On transfer deadline day, defender Paul Konchesky departed to Liverpool, with two young players – Lauri Dalla Valle and Alex Kacaniklic – joining Fulham as part of the deal.[10]

Managerial change[edit]

Following Roy Hodgson's decision to replace Rafael Benítez as the manager of Liverpool on 1 July,[11] Sven-Göran Eriksson, Bob Bradley, Alan Curbishley and Ottmar Hitzfeld – the managers of Côte d'Ivoire, United States and Switzerland respectively – were all strongly linked to the job but the Ajax coach Martin Jol emerged as the favourite for the post.[12] After Martin Jol chose to stay with Ajax and Bob Bradley renewed his contract with the USA soccer team, Fulham appointed Mark Hughes as their new manager and he was presented to the press on 3 August.[13]

Kit[edit]

On 24 May 2010, Fulham signed a three-year deal with Kappa after having three seasons with Nike.[14] The shirt sponsor will be FxPro, which will also sponsor Premier League club Aston Villa.[15] The home kit is white and black, the away kit is red and grey and the third kit is green and gold (the same colours as Harrods which Mohammed Al Fayed used to own).

Premier League[edit]

The Premier League started on 14 August 2010. The provisional fixture list was announced on 17 June 2010, with Fulham starting the season with a match against Bolton Wanderers at the Reebok Stadium.[16] The first match of the season was an even contest that ended 0–0, with Fulham goalkeeper David Stockdale turning in a good performance while deputising for Mark Schwarzer.[17] Fulham then faced Manchester United at Craven Cottage in the first home match of the season. Paul Scholes gave the away side the lead in the 11th minute. Midfielder Simon Davies scored the equaliser and Fulham's first goal of the season after 57 minutes. The game turned in both directions in the final 10 minutes: defender Brede Hangeland scored an own goal in the 84th minute, only to redeem himself five minutes later by scoring at the other end of the pitch to equalise for Fulham and earn a 2–2 draw. Nani also had a penalty kick, given for a handball by Damien Duff, saved by Stockdale which would have made the scoreline 3–1 to the away team.[18]

Fulham next played against Premier League newcomers Blackpool at Bloomfield Road, the first top league match at the stadium for 39 years. Fulham's Bobby Zamora opened the scoring in the 35th minute and the score remained at 1–0 until the 71st minute when John Paintsil scored an own goal in Blackpool's favour. Luke Varney then put Blackpool in front at 2–1 but Dickson Etuhu scored again for Fulham (87), securing their third successive league draw.[19]


Pos Club Pld W D L F A GD Pts
7 Everton 38 13 15 10 51 45 +6 54
8 Fulham 38 11 16 11 49 43 +6 49
9 Aston Villa 38 12 12 14 48 59 −11 48

Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points
Last updated: 25 May..
Source: Barclays Premier League

Results summary[edit]

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
38 11 16 11 49 43 +6 49 8 7 4 30 23 +7 3 9 7 19 20 −1

Last updated: 22 May..
Source: http://www.premierleague.com/page/Results

Round 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38
Ground A H A H A H A H A H H A A H H A H H A A H A H A H A H A H A H A A H A H A H
Result D D D W D D D L L W D L D L D L D L W L W D W L W D D D W L W L D W W L W D
Position 9 13 11 5 6 6 9 11 16 8 12 15 16 17 17 17 17 18 17 18 13 15 14 15 12 12 12 13 11 12 10 11 13 9 9 10 8 8

Last updated: 22 May.
Source: http://www.premierleague.com/page/Results
Ground: A = Away; H = Home. Result: D = Draw; L = Lose; W = Win; P = Postponed.

FA Cup[edit]

Fulham were drawn against Peterborough United at home in the 3rd round of the FA Cup on 28 November 2010.[20]

Last updated: 20 February 2011
Source: Fulham F.C.

Football League Cup[edit]

As a Premier League side not competing in European competition, Fulham entered the Football League Cup at the second round stage. The draw was made following the conclusion of the first round ties and saw Fulham facing a home match against Port Vale from League Two.[21] Zoltan Gera and Bobby Zamora both scored twice and Clint Dempsey and new signing Mousa Dembélé also scored in a 6–0 victory. Gera gave Fulham the lead after 10 minutes; Dembélé doubled the advantage (26), Zamora scored a third goal in the 36th minute. Gera (47) and Zamora (66) both scored after half-time and Dempsey added a sixth goal in the 70th minute to round off the victory.

In the draw for the third round, Fulham were handed a meeting against fellow Premier League team Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium on 21 September 2010.[22] Fulham lost this game 2–0[23] which ended their 2010/2011 Carling Cup campaign.

Last updated: 21 September 2010
Source: Fulham F.C.

Statistics[edit]

Appearances and Goals[edit]

This is a list of the First Team players for the 2010–11 season.[24] Kagisho Dikgacoi was given the number 26 shirt, previously worn by Chris Smalling, while Carlos Salcido was given the number 3 shirt after the departure of Paul Konchesky. Eidur Gudjohnsen took Fredrik Stoor's number 22 shirt during his loan spell. All the new players filled in a few gaps in the squad.[25][26]

All Premier League clubs had to declare a squad of 25 players on 1 September 2010, who they could choose from until the transfer window re-opened in January 2011.[27][28] The squad had to include at least eight senior "homegrown" players, defined as having spent three years in an English football academy before the age of 21.[29] Fulham had 11 senior homegrown players in the official list released by the Premier League, with a further group of contracted players under 21 also available for selection.[28][30][31]

No. Nat Pos Player Total Premier League FA Cup League Cup
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1 Australia GK Mark Schwarzer 33 0 31+0 0 1+0 0 1+0 0
2 Republic of Ireland DF Stephen Kelly 12 0 8+2 0 0+0 0 1+1 0
3 Mexico DF Carlos Salcido 26 0 22+1 0 2+0 0 1+0 0
4 Ghana DF John Paintsil 18 0 15+0 0 2+0 0 1+0 0
5 Norway DF Brede Hangeland 42 7 37+0 6 3+0 1 2+0 0
6 Northern Ireland DF Chris Baird 31 2 25+4 2 2+0 0 0+0 0
7 England MF Steve Sidwell 14 2 10+2 2 2+0 0 0+0 0
8 England FW Andrew Johnson 29 3 15+12 3 2+0 0 0+0 0
11 Hungary MF Zoltán Gera 32 4 10+17 1 1+2 1 2+0 2
12 England GK David Stockdale 10 0 7+0 0 2+0 0 1+0 0
13 England MF Danny Murphy 42 2 37+0 0 3+0 2 2+0 0
14 Switzerland DF Philippe Senderos 3 0 3+0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
15 Senegal FW Diomansy Kamara 11 5 7+3 2 1+0 3 0+0 0
16 Republic of Ireland MF Damien Duff 27 4 22+2 4 2+0 0 1+0 0
17 Norway MF Bjørn Helge Riise 3 0 0+3 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
18 Northern Ireland DF Aaron Hughes 43 1 38+0 1 3+0 0 2+0 0
19 Switzerland GK Pascal Zuberbühler 0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
20 Nigeria MF Dickson Etuhu 31 3 23+5 2 1+0 1 2+0 0
22 Iceland FW Eidur Gudjohnsen 10 0 4+6 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
23 United States MF Clint Dempsey 42 13 35+2 12 3+0 0 1+1 1
24 England FW Gaël Kakuta 7 1 2+5 1 0+0 0 0+0 0
25 England FW Bobby Zamora 16 7 9+5 5 0+1 0 1+0 2
26 South Africa MF Kagisho Dikgacoi 1 0 0+1 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
27 England MF Jonathan Greening 14 1 6+4 0 0+2 1 0+2 0
28 England DF Matthew Briggs 4 0 3+0 0 0+0 0 1+0 0
29 Wales MF Simon Davies 33 4 25+5 4 1+1 0 1+0 0
30 Belgium FW Mousa Dembélé 28 5 22+2 3 2+0 1 2+0 1
31 England MF Matthew Saunders 0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
32 Algeria DF Rafik Halliche 2 0 0+1 0 0+1 0 0+0 0
33 Netherlands FW Danny Hoesen 0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
36 Finland FW Lauri Dalla Valle 0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
37 Sweden MF Alex Kacaniklic 0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
38 Philippines GK Neil Etheridge 0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
44 England FW Keanu Marsh-Brown 0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
45 England DF Alex Smith 0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
Players who are no longer playing for Fulham or who have been loaned out in the January transfer window:
3 England DF Paul Konchesky 1 0 1+0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
21 United States FW Eddie Johnson 12 0 1+10 0 0+0 0 0+1 0
22 Sweden DF Fredrik Stoor 0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
35 Sweden FW David Elm 0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0

Top scorers[edit]

Includes all competitive matches. The list is sorted by shirt number when total goals are equal.

Last updated on 22 May 2011
Position Nation Number Name Premier League FA Cup League Cup Total
1 United States 23 Clint Dempsey 12 0 1 13
2 Norway 5 Brede Hangeland 6 1 0 7
= England 25 Bobby Zamora 5 0 2 7
3 Senegal 15 Diomansy Kamara 2 3 0 5
= Belgium 30 Mousa Dembélé 3 1 1 5
4 Hungary 11 Zoltán Gera 1 1 2 4
= Republic of Ireland 16 Damien Duff 4 0 0 4
= Wales 29 Simon Davies 4 0 0 4
5 England 8 Andy Johnson 3 0 0 3
= Nigeria 20 Dickson Etuhu 2 1 0 3
6 Northern Ireland 6 Chris Baird 2 0 0 2
= England 7 Steve Sidwell 2 0 0 2
= England 13 Danny Murphy 0 2 0 2
7 Northern Ireland 18 Aaron Hughes 1 0 0 1
= France 24 Gaël Kakuta 1 0 0 1
= England 27 Jonathan Greening 0 1 0 1
/ / / Own Goals 1 0 0 1
/ / / TOTALS 49 10 6 65

Disciplinary record[edit]

Includes all competitive matches. Players with 1 card or more included only.

Last updated on 22 May 2011
Position Nation Number Name Premier League FA Cup League Cup Total
Y R Y R Y R Y R
1 England 13 Danny Murphy 8 0 0 0 1 0 9 0
2 Norway 5 Brede Hangeland 6 0 1 0 0 0 7 0
3 Northern Ireland 5 Chris Baird 5 0 1 0 0 0 6 0
= Ghana 4 John Pantsil 6 0 0 0 0 0 6 0
4 United States 23 Clint Dempsey 5 0 0 0 0 0 5 0
5 Republic of Ireland 16 Damien Duff 3 0 1 0 0 0 4 0
= England 7 Steve Sidwell 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 0
6 Hungary 11 Zoltan Gera 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 1
= Nigeria 20 Dickson Etuhu 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 0
= England 8 Andrew Johnson 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 0
= Mexico 30 Carlos Salcido 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 0
7 England 25 Bobby Zamora 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0
= England 27 Jonathan Greening 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0
8 Iceland 22 Eidur Gudjohnsen 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Transfers[edit]

In[edit]

Date Pos. Name From Fee
8 June 2010 DF Switzerland Philippe Senderos England Arsenal Undisclosed[32]
1 July 2010 MF England Jonathan Greening England West Bromwich Albion Free[33]
18 August 2010 FW Belgium Mousa Dembélé Netherlands AZ £5,000,000[34]
24 August 2010 FW Algeria Rafik Halliche Portugal Benfica Undisclosed[35]
27 August 2010 DF Mexico Carlos Salcido Netherlands PSV Eindhoven £1,600,000[36]
31 August 2010 FW Finland Lauri Dalla Valle England Liverpool Swap/cash deal for Paul Konchesky[10]
31 August 2010 MF Sweden Alex Kacaniklic England Liverpool Swap/cash deal for Paul Konchesky[10]
6 January 2011 MF England Steve Sidwell England Aston Villa Undisclosed
31 January 2011 FW Iceland Eidur Gudjohnsen England Stoke City Loan

Out[edit]

Date Pos. Name To Fee
9 May 2010 FW Italy Stefano Okaka Chuka Italy A.S. Roma End of loan[7]
9 May 2010 DF England Nicky Shorey England Aston Villa End of loan[7]
26 May 2010 MF England Wayne Brown England Bristol Rovers Free[7]
1 July 2010 MF Germany Christopher Buchtmann Germany 1. FC Köln Free[7]
1 July 2010 DF England Chris Smalling England Manchester United Undisclosed[37]
1 July 2010 FW Norway Erik Nevland Norway Viking FK Free[7]
1 July 2010 MF Iran Andranik Released[7]
1 July 2010 DF Finland Toni Kallio Released[7]
1 July 2010 FW Nigeria Michael Uwezu England Lincoln City Free[7]
1 July 2010 MF England Stefan Payne England Gillingham Free[7]
31 August 2010 DF England Paul Konchesky England Liverpool Cash/swap deal for Lauri Dalla Valle and Alex Kacaniklic[38]

Loan out[edit]

Date Pos. Name To Return date
15 Feb MF South Africa Kagisho Dikgacoi England Crystal Palace F.C. Season Long
4 Feb MF Norway Bjorn Helge Riise England Sheffield United Season Long
21 Mar FW Senegal Diomansy Kamara England Leicester City Season Long
16 Feb FW Finland Lauri Dalla Valle England Bournemouth Season Long
26 Jan DF England Keanu Marsh-Brown England Milton Keynes Dons 1 Month
31 Jan FW United States Eddie Johnson England Preston North End Season Long

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