Intimidating football grounds
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Fulham’s former chairman Mohamed Al-Fayed, who sold the club in July 2013, was responsible for the one tacky note—the much-mocked statue of Michael Jackson.
(Jacko’s only link to the club was that he once attended a game as Al-Fayed’s guest.) When criticised by fans for erecting the memorial, Al-Fayed’s response was: “They can go to hell.” Capacity: 25,700.
The British football grounds featured in this guide are some of the most iconic in the whole world.
Some stadiums have celebrated more success than others but each ground has its own rich heritage and unique atmosphere.