I destroyed my season ticket during last season, as I was disgusted with the way our club is being run, and our continual fight against relegation, but I fully intended to renew again for this coming season, but I decided to hold on, even if it cost me more money, to see how many new signings would be made. To say that I am fuming, at the moment with no likely signings on the horizon, is an understatement. We are only a matter of weeks away from the new season, other clubs are signing players, right left and centre, but at Fulham. Nothing. There is no question in my mind, that we will be relegated next season, and I don't want to be part of it. I love my football, and I will be going to see a team play every Saturday afternoon, but it will not be at Fulham, but likely to be at a club in the Championship, who shows a lot more ambition than we do. This is a very sad time, but I have had enough.
You are a disgrace and won't be missed
posted by DG (Guest) - Thursday 30th June 2016, 9:24 AM
YOU ARE CORRECT AND I FULLY SUPPORT YOUR ATTITUDE. This business (football) is all about confidence and so far the Management en-bloc has showned no sign of confidence in the future of Fulham FC, but that may be a part of the long term plan, for Mr Kahn has no interest in England, London SW1 or indeed Fulham beyond the development of the ground as explained to him by Mr Al Fayed, why else would he have bought FFC when he could have bought Arsenal FC (we are told!).
posted by Rich of Cambridge (Guest) - Thursday 30th June 2016, 9:44 AM
I too are very disappointed in the progress made on transfers...but even more disappointing that the club have not issued any news or statements. I don't expect them to tell the world who they are targeting or positions they are looking to fill but at least to reconfirm discussions are happening and funding if required to get the players they want is available.
I am not sure there's much transfers elsewhere either...maybe real business only starts from July 1st when many players contracts are finished or trigger for bonus payments, etc. So I will wait until end of July to make a judgment call if Fulham have messed up the summer transfer again!!
posted by John (Guest) - Thursday 30th June 2016, 9:55 AM
Best of luck to you something l could never do been a fan since 1960 been fed up with them lots of times but Fulham is in my blood would give up football before l could support another club
posted by Daniel Kimberley (Guest) - Thursday 30th June 2016, 10:13 AM
Daniel Kimberley, I never said that I would give up supporting Fulham, and I will still be a fan forever, and I will not be supporting any other team, but Fulham, whoever I might be watching. I am sure that I will be more relaxed watching just a Championship match, and not worrying about the result for 90 minutes. Saying that of course I will constantly be checking the latest score from the game that Fulham are involved in, so my afternoons or evenings will still be full of ups and downs. I just feel, like others, we have been very badly let down, by Mr Khan and his cohorts(Not including J S) and I cannot show that I am on their side by still going to Craven Cottage.
posted by A C (Guest) - Thursday 30th June 2016, 10:52 AM
there are an increasing swell of supporters feeling like AC, there is absolutely no doubt our club has been poorly managed since Khan arrived. Supporters will protest in their own way but unfortunately without unity there will be little change. As a bunch of supporters we have to accept we are extremely lame and late in showing our disgust. That's just Fulham. There is also no doubt we will not be ready for the new season with a fully integrated squad that is raring to go. The first ten games will be crucial and support will quickly ebb if we show little fight and performance in those games...just to add and I know it is the same old record, the club will not move on in a football capacity until there is a change at the top Rigg and Mackintosh have been absolute failures and holding on to their jobs is frustrating, annoying and completely against the ethos of good business acumen. Like many I fear for the club's performance next season, there have been no shoots of positivity coming from the club and that is deeply disappointing. We are all sleepwalking into the abyss.
posted by Riverside (Guest) - Thursday 30th June 2016, 11:30 AM
While I have only been a season ticket holder for about 20 years I have been coming to Craven Cottage since 1958. I'm not a fair weather supporter as numerous mid-winter and mid- week away matches to such delights as Grimsby Town will show but enough is enough. Against my better judgment I renewed my season ticket last season and that of my son but due to a broken leg and ankle was unable to go to many matches. Those I watched were perhaps the worst performances of any Fulham side I've ever seen.Even during the season when at one stage we were 91st in the entire league at least they side though lacking in talent had some degree of heart and pride. Apart from one or two players the whole squad needs replacing but that's not going to happen.
As most people will agree the problem starts at the top and until those t....pots Rigg and McCintosh are given the boot nothing will change and matters will only get worse. I can't understand why Khan keeps them on as a self made Billionaire can't be that stupid . Is there a reason for this? I know people dismiss the conspiracy theory of redevelopment at the cottage and rely on the fact that its subject to Listed Building status but that's only the Stevenage frontage.If the club located a site in the Borough to provide social housing then there would be a very real chance of Planning Permission being granted for Luxury apartments on the site.People seem to forget that he site is the most expensive football site in the league and that includes Stamford Bridge so its a very attractive proposition to non-resident owners such as Khan. This could explain why he's allowing Rigg and McCintost to run the club into the ground.
I hope that I'm wrong but until they depart I will not be coming back to the Cottage which breaks my heart as I'm Fulham through and through
posted by tony b (Guest) - Thursday 30th June 2016, 12:30 PM
ROC- Have you any idea how much Arsenal is worth? Could have bought Arsenal? Don't be ridiculous
posted by Keetch54 - Thursday 30th June 2016, 2:33 PM
With the f'''g tele changing games. I wont be going to newcastle reading or norwich.
posted by geezer (Guest) - Thursday 30th June 2016, 5:58 PM
Rather watch a non league club than another championship side Even more do if it was a local one !!!!
posted by Len (Guest) - Thursday 30th June 2016, 6:58 PM