Rob’s Fulham ratings: Stand up and be counted

Rob:
Rob: giving us his view

Rob Hutchison is first this week to give us his player ratings.When I say players, I don’t just mean the fourteen on the pitch. Read on:


Subject: Fulham playa ratings

And so it can to pass that Ricky Alvarez stood up, and was counted. Here cometh the hour, cometh the man.

Vito 7 alreet
Revva 7 composed
JoS 7 tidy
Santi 7 steady
Glue 8 pacey
Wor Jackie 8 nifty
Ricky 10 masterclass
Gomez 7 measured
Liam b 7 sound
Norman Stanley 6 faded
Deffo 7 conscientous

DG 7 Lively
Agnes 6 brief
West 6 briefer

The 4000 – 10. Legendary

 


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7 thoughts on “Rob’s Fulham ratings: Stand up and be counted”

  1. Brilliant turnout but would guess a fair proportion were exiles’dahn sarf’, taking an opportunity to see the Lads.

    • Exactly my point Ken. A lot of fans (myself included) are unable to get tickets for the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal as they never reach general sale. Fulham is probably the most accessible ground ticket wise in London. If the “bigger” clubs offered us more tickets, we would see many more turnouts like last night.

    • Whilst I can understand that season ticket holders need to be given priority for sell out games, does anyone think (as I do) that last nights unbelievable turn out was due to the fact that the tickets went straight to general sale, and that a good proportion were snapped up by fans who would not normally be able to attend because of a lack of loyalty points. Last night reminded me of away games in the 70s and 80s when it was first come first served and we packed out most of our games.

      • Wasn’t there but agree. Have asked the club about awarding loyalty points for non season ticket holders attending games , especially as the ones available to me are the “less attractive” ones. Seems strange that a new ST holder gets preference over someone who has attended 5 away games every year for the last 10 years. So, Swansea here I come.

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