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Fulham v Charlton

footymad13

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I was unable to make Saturdays game due to other commitments so i decided to mosy on down to Loftus Road to see Fulham V Charlton.

One of the best games i have been too but not just because of the football played.

Mr Harrods himself walked str8 threw South Africa road and chatted to the fans, as I took my seat in the West Paddock at a very reasonable £15 quid. Sweets where then handed out. And MAF once again walked round the pitch greeting fans and promoting various charities.

Anyway the match itself was very entertaining and i have to say what a great team spirit and style Fulham have, whilst Charlton were disappointing to say the least.

However what was the icing on the cake for me where the Fulham subs. I was about 3 rows behind the disabled fans who were right by the pitch, Sean Davis and various others were signing autographs and talking to fans infact they crouched down under them and talked to them at great length. It was a lovely sight and what raised a real smile was when Davis come on and scored a stunning second, where did he come ? str8 over to the disabled bit and hugged and kissed this lovely old lady in a wheelchair and celebrated with the true fans.

It was a true pleasure to see the game and such team spirit and such a friendly and warm club. Who treat the fans well, the players weren’t afraid to have a chat with the fans and sign autographs and it puts shame on so many other so called professional footballers. Such as Paulo Di Canio who would not sign a little boys autograph (to**er)

Fulham are a brilliant little club and its so refreshing to see that in the Prem these days. I hope they get into Europe they certainly deserve it.

P.S All you **** takers, Who is unbeaten for 34 games and has just won the Premiership streets ahead of the chasing pack ?
 
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