Manager history

Unai Emery23 May, 2018Present
Arsene Wenger30 Sep, 199614 May, 2018
Pat Rice16 Sep, 199630 Sep, 1996
Stewart Houston12 Aug, 199616 Sep, 1996
Bruce Rioch08 Jun, 199512 Aug, 1996
Stewart Houston21 Feb, 199508 Jun, 1996
George Graham14 May, 198621 Feb, 1995
Steve Burtenshaw25 Mar, 198614 May, 1986
Don Howe16 Dec, 198322 Mar, 1986
Terry Neill08 Jul, 197616 Dec, 1983
Bertie Mee01 Jun, 196604 May, 1976
Billy Wright01 May, 196201 Jun, 1966
George Swindin01 Jul, 195801 May, 1962
Jack Crayston01 Nov, 195601 May, 1958
Tom Whittaker01 Jun, 194701 Oct, 1956
George Allison01 Jun, 193401 May, 1947
Herbert Chapman01 Jun, 192501 Jan, 1934
Leslie Knighton01 May, 191901 Jun, 1925
George Morrell01 Feb, 190801 May, 1915
Phil Kelso01 Aug, 190401 Feb, 1908
Harry Bradshaw01 Aug, 189901 May, 1904
George Elcoat01 Mar, 189831 May, 1899
Tom Mitchell01 Aug, 189701 Mar, 1898
Sam Hollis01 Aug, 189431 Jul, 1897
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Match in Focus


Fulham v Tottenham

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Spurs have won four of the last five league meetings
Expert verdict
Tottenham will be frustrated with their loss at home to Manchester United on Sunday and will be keen to bounce back in style at Craven Cottage, even if they are weakened by the injury to Harry Kane and absence of Son Heung-min. Spurs still looked solid in defence in that fixture and, with Jan Vertonghen back, won’t allow many chances for Fulham’s attackers. The struggling Cottagers have conceded six goals in their last two fixtures,