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Luis Boa Morte was on the pitch the last time Fulham beat Chelsea, scoring the winner at Craven Cottage in 2006.


On Thursday night, he will be in the dugout alongside manager Marco Silva, the mastermind of Fulham's thriving Premier League campaign, plotting a repeat victory as part of the
home side's coaching staff.

Fulham sit proudly in seventh as the top team in west London, two points ahead of Brentford and three
clear of Chelsea.

There is genuine optimism about their chances of overcoming their big-spending
neighbours on Thursday night and also about their prospects for the rest of this season.






Luis Boa Morte was on hand with the winner the last time Fulham beat Chelsea back in 2006







On Thursday night Boa Morte will be in the dugout as Marco Silva's side plot a
repeat victory







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Silva is described as personable and popular with the players
he is getting the best out of, and meticulous, intricate and detailed in his approach.
'His work ethic is second to none,' said one source.





That is encapsulated in Fulham's set-piece prowess.


No team have scored more than their 14, including penalties, or 10 without.
They spend hours in training working through their
routines in detail described by another source as 'to the millimetre'.


The repertoire is supposedly small and there is surprise within the club
that, despite the low number of routines and the level of preparation opposing teams can do, few seem able to stop them.







Fulham sit in seventh as the top team in west London after a superb first half of the season







No team has scored more goals from set-pieces than the
Cottagers (14) so far this season







Silva is said to put his players through hours of dead-ball routines on the training ground


Southampton lost 2-1 at Fulham on New Year's Eve
after conceding two set-piece goals and manager Nathan Jones said: 'We
showed the players the exact same set-play
10 times.

It is not something that has happened off the cuff as Fulham do
it week in, week out.'

Silva is not getting carried away. Instead, he is a firm believer in the one game at a
time mantra. So much so that given the chance to ease his Friday workload by holding the preview press conference for
Sunday's visit to Newcastle straight after Chelsea's visit, Silva's preference was
that it takes place first thing tomorrow.

Today is only about Chelsea.

Appointed as Scott Parker's successor in July 2021, Silva inherited a squad low on morale after a second Premier League relegation in three seasons.
The tone was set in his first meeting with the players, targetting promotion back to the top flight as
champions.

Belief, the feelgood factor and connection with their supporters began to return to Fulham as positive results arrived and a
record-breaking campaign — including a new second-tier
high 43 goals for Aleksandar Mitrovic — led to that promotion. Unlike the previous two
times Fulham went up, the positive momentum has continued.















The Portuguese boss has transformed Fulham's fortunes since arriving in 2021


Silva was keen to ensure they built on last season and stuck to the principles he had instilled while maintaining the same attitude
and hunger.

Keeping as much of his squad together was another important
factor for Silva and Fulham's recruitment on top of that has been key.



Following their previous two promotions they got it wrong.
In 2018, more than £100million was spent in a scattergun spree, predominantly on players without major
Premier League experience and including a raft of arrivals in a frantic final week of the window.


Two years later, there were more loans than permanent signings and,
once again, without significant top-flight experience.


This season has seen less upheaval.

Knowing for a long time that Fulham were going up they and Silva had more time to plan.
He was forthright in the areas he wanted to strengthen his squad and worked willingly with chief executive
Alistair Mackintosh and director of football operations Tony Khan to get players not just with the right qualities but character and price tag.
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Luis Boa Morte was on the pitch the last time Fulham beat Chelsea, scoring the winner at Craven Cottage in 2006.


On Thursday night, he will be in the dugout alongside manager Marco Silva, the mastermind of Fulham's thriving Premier League campaign, plotting a repeat victory as part of the
home side's coaching staff.

Fulham sit proudly in seventh as the top team in west London, two points ahead of Brentford and three
clear of Chelsea.

There is genuine optimism about their chances of overcoming their big-spending
neighbours on Thursday night and also about their prospects for the rest of this season.






Luis Boa Morte was on hand with the winner the last time Fulham beat Chelsea back in 2006







On Thursday night Boa Morte will be in the dugout as Marco Silva's side plot a
repeat victory







RELATED ARTICLES


Previous

1

Next




EXCLUSIVE: Marco Silva is set to be offered a
new Fulham... Wolves are 'close to completing a £10m move for Nice...
Hull 0-2 Fulham: Goals from Layvin Kurzawa and Daniel
James... Fulham are exploring alternatives options in case their move...









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Silva is described as personable and popular with the players
he is getting the best out of, and meticulous, intricate and detailed in his approach.
'His work ethic is second to none,' said one source.





That is encapsulated in Fulham's set-piece prowess.


No team have scored more than their 14, including penalties, or 10 without.
They spend hours in training working through their
routines in detail described by another source as 'to the millimetre'.


The repertoire is supposedly small and there is surprise within the club
that, despite the low number of routines and the level of preparation opposing teams can do, few seem able to stop them.







Fulham sit in seventh as the top team in west London after a superb first half of the season







No team has scored more goals from set-pieces than the
Cottagers (14) so far this season







Silva is said to put his players through hours of dead-ball routines on the training ground


Southampton lost 2-1 at Fulham on New Year's Eve
after conceding two set-piece goals and manager Nathan Jones said: 'We
showed the players the exact same set-play
10 times.

It is not something that has happened off the cuff as Fulham do
it week in, week out.'

Silva is not getting carried away. Instead, he is a firm believer in the one game at a
time mantra. So much so that given the chance to ease his Friday workload by holding the preview press conference for
Sunday's visit to Newcastle straight after Chelsea's visit, Silva's preference was
that it takes place first thing tomorrow.

Today is only about Chelsea.

Appointed as Scott Parker's successor in July 2021, Silva inherited a squad low on morale after a second Premier League relegation in three seasons.
The tone was set in his first meeting with the players, targetting promotion back to the top flight as
champions.

Belief, the feelgood factor and connection with their supporters began to return to Fulham as positive results arrived and a
record-breaking campaign — including a new second-tier
high 43 goals for Aleksandar Mitrovic — led to that promotion. Unlike the previous two
times Fulham went up, the positive momentum has continued.















The Portuguese boss has transformed Fulham's fortunes since arriving in 2021


Silva was keen to ensure they built on last season and stuck to the principles he had instilled while maintaining the same attitude
and hunger.

Keeping as much of his squad together was another important
factor for Silva and Fulham's recruitment on top of that has been key.



Following their previous two promotions they got it wrong.
In 2018, more than £100million was spent in a scattergun spree, predominantly on players without major
Premier League experience and including a raft of arrivals in a frantic final week of the window.


Two years later, there were more loans than permanent signings and,
once again, without significant top-flight experience.


This season has seen less upheaval.

Knowing for a long time that Fulham were going up they and Silva had more time to plan.
He was forthright in the areas he wanted to strengthen his squad and worked willingly with chief executive
Alistair Mackintosh and director of football operations Tony Khan to get players not just with the right qualities but character and price tag.
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