A normally offensive-minded Cottager side stayed within the borough of Hammersmith and Fulham to visit Chelsea atto Stamford Bridge. They still have not won a match since September 15, but came away with a well-deserved point keeping a clean sheet in the process.
The Telegraph had this to say, this morning.
From the Telegraph Clearly, the Chelsea supporters had decided to make their point soundlessly. The Shed and the Matthew Harding Upper and Lower were largely restrained, restricting their show of dissent towards Benítez to some chants after 16 minutes, noting Di Matteo’s old shirt number, and at the end. The main f-word heard was “Fulham, Fulham”.
The visiting fans were terrific, in fine form throughout, beginning by mocking the Bridge announcer’s request for them to sit down by all standing up. They then serenaded the hosts’ interim first-team manager with “Rafa Benítez, he works where he wants”. The Fulham glee club then disagreed with a (fair) decision by Anthony Taylor with a chant of “We want Mark Clattenburg”
I simply LOVE it.