There's significantly something other than life span to prescribe a visit to Craven Cottage, the riverside home of Fulham Football Club since 1896.
In spite of the fact that I carried on far from London, Fulham were the principal group from the higher divisions I 'upheld'. They had some fine players then, at that point - despite the fact that they appeared to yoyo between the best two divisions. Johnny Haynes, Tony Macedo, Tosh Chamberlain, George Cohen - every single incredible player; Haynes one of the best ever. From that point forward, some brilliant players additionally showed up for the Cottagers at different phases of their professions - Alan Mullery, Bobby Moore, Rodney Marsh, - even George Best. The best objective I at any point saw was scored by Best in a League Cup tie against Peterborough United in September, 1976. He stepped ready, flicked it into the air and afterward volleyed it past the current Manchester United goalkeeper mentor, Eric Steele, from 25 yards. Extraordinary.
I additionally recall seeing Fulham play in February, 1992 - in the 'old' third division. There was no Best, Marsh or such like on that day, as they lost 1 - 0 at home to my side, Peterborough, before a little more than 5,000 individuals, Even then, at that point, however, Craven Cottage was an extraordinary spot to watch a match. The fans there are consistently energetic about their group and you're adequately close to the pitch to have the option to feel part of the activity. At the point when Fulham got Mohamed Al-Fayed's sponsorship and started to travel through the associations, the club needed to update the arena to satisfy Premier League guidelines, yet the air is still better compared to all things considered of the 'large' clubs. รถสปอร์ต ยอดนิยม
I should concede, however, that I some of the time keep thinking about whether more established Fulham fans once in a while think back a little nostalgically to the days when they could show up at the ground ten minutes before the start up, have a sensibly valued pie and afterward stand any place they needed to applaud players they regularly met out around and who didn't acquire more in seven days than the actual fans would make in a little while.
To an outcast, it does consistently appear as though Fulham has had the option to cling to a portion of that customary environment, nonetheless. The Cottage is still particularly there - a craziness in an advanced arena yet an indispensable piece of this one. The as of late disclosed sculpture of Johnny Haynes mixes in as individuals come into the ground, as opposed to being raised to god-like status the way so many others have been.
No, in spite of their affluent support, Fulham appear to have remained as a group's club substantially more than any of the other London Premier League clubs - even West Ham. Their fans likely still consider Brentford and QPR their most despised opponents - aside from Gillingham - similarly as much as Chelsea. What's more, with a keen, legit and agreeable director in Roy Hodgson, they likewise have a group that plays appealing yet serious football. In the event that you're hoping to go to a game in London, check Craven Cottage out - it's definitely justified.
What's more, as it turns out, it is a great spot to go to watch the Boat Race.