Already today, in our of our articles, we`ve speculated on the importance of beating Derby County when they arrive at Craven Cottage in a little under two weeks time, however, we`re now able to show it`s importance in a different light.
Recently, Mr Al Fayed celebrated ten years as owner of Fulham Football Club and a celebratory dinner and dance was held.
At this dance, Mr Al Fayed spoke about the forthcoming games against Portsmouth (which has since ended in defeat) and Derby County. In his speech Mr Al Fayed discussed a suitable punishment, for Lawrie Sanchez, if the net result from both games was not six points by suggesting that he`d,
"Send the biggest bouncer we have at Harrods to hold him down and shove a pepper suppository up his arse."
I wonder if that`ll entice a few more punters into Craven Cottage for the Derby game.
It`d be pre-match entertainment at its best! Wouldn`t it?