John Collins signed for Fulham in July 2000 and went onto have a successful career in SW6, staying until his retirement in 2003. The Scotsman made 79 appearances for the club and played a vital role on and off the pitch, helping Jean Tigana to introduce ‘total football’ to the Banks of the Thames, having known the Frenchman from their time at Monaco. Dannyboi spoke to John to reflect back on his career with the Whites.
Fred Callaghan was a local lad who signed for Fulham as a schoolboy in 1962 and went on to make 335 appearances, playing alongside some of the most iconic players in our history. The left-back […]
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2 Wins in a row? Howe’s that happened, Ed?! Now you’re just spoiling us! The relegation party is in full swing, we’ve brought the podcast, you bring the inflatables! Join Matt Baldwin, Matt Boisclair & “Mr […]