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Cottage Cheese: Break of momentum

Cottage Cheese returns after its international break hiatus.

The 8th Annual New York Culinary Experience Presented By New York Magazine And The International Culinary Center - Day 2 Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for the New York Culinary Experience

League football returned this week with 3 games in a space of a week for The Cottagers.

A 1-0 defeat at home against Birmingham saw the first defeat of the season for Jokanovic's side. The midweek game under the lights at The Cottage saw The Whites host league new boys Burton Albion. A late equaliser from Sessegnon rescued a point from a testing opponent.

The final match of the week saw Fulham travel to the DW Stadium to face Wigan Athletic. The side struggled to find the net yet again but managed to secure a clean sheet, Fulham’s second unbeaten game of the week.

However after the club's revival of fortunes, it's hard not to feel that it's not 7 points dropped.

Here's a light hearted, tongue in cheek view of Fulham's social media from the past week.

Not all heroes wear capes

Billy greets his fans.

Icy reception at The Cottage

Some ice to call down the squad after their blazing start to the season.

Sprinkling happiness

Thing's in life don't get much sweeter than sunshine over Craven Cottage.

Who’s the new guy?

The squad must of missed the news of the club's newest signing.

The goals that way!

Slav’s helping the boys find the target.

Fulham have been firing wide of the mark lately but by how far?

Slav: It’s been this wide.

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