Fulham chief executive Jim Hone has said the club are delighted to be back at Craven Cottage and have no plans to move anywhere else.
London’s oldest professional club return to their historic home this summer after a two-year exile at Loftus Road following a ‘Back to the Cottage’ campaign launched by Fulham fans. Asked directly by the club’s official website whether Fulham would be at the Cottage in a decade’s team, Hone said:
“In a word … yes! I would be a wealthy man if I had been given a pound every time I had been asked this or a similar question since I joined the Club. We are working on an affordable, long-term development plan for the stadium and have no plan to move elsewhere. We’re back home. We’re delighted to be back home. And we’re staying here!”