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Cheer on the Cottagers

Irish winger Damien Duff came to Fulham from Newcastle United in 2009. This move reunited him with his first manager from the Blackburn Rovers, Roy Hodgson. Duff's strength lies with this ability to keep the ball on the ground, make short passes and deliver crosses to advance the ball.

Feel the love for Fulham FC with this authentic third jersey from Kappa.

This jersey is designed for Premier League performance with Kappa's Skin Fit and Hydroway technology for a snug and comfortable fit that helps keep you in the game.

The Kappa logo and Fulham team badge are embroidered.

Go crazy for Clint Dempsey and the rest of your favorite Cottagers with this bold jersey.

NOTE: Tight fit, which means any jersey classified as Authentic will run small. The authentic is the actual piece that is worn on field. The authentic uses a performance cut for a snug fit. It also has a bonded crest. The authentic also features upgraded materials. The upgraded materials on the authentic result in a lighter weight.


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