Many people in Fulham are angry about the parade on Bank Holiday Monday and the restrictions it involved, but what do you think? Should residents have been consulted in advance?
Editor ● 3124d5 Comments
http://www.getwestlondon.co.uk/news/west-london-news/fight-involving-gun-ends-smashed-9316912Do the Chelsea supporters get the blame for this too? I think that residents should be more worried about this happening on their doorstep.
Margaret Wittich ● 3123d
The local community in Fulham should be proud of the achievements of the club. The local retailers don't moan that SB is visited all year round by fans that spend money in the local area. The residents should celebrate the achievement, not bemoan it. It's hardly the 70s when pubs and local shops were regularly getting smashed up. Killjoys.
John Matthews ● 3124d
I agree with Terence. The football ground was there long before any resident. You don't move near a football ground if you don't like crowds.
Margaret Wittich ● 3124d
Seeing as Chelsea fc has been at its location longer than any local resident has been alive i think a FREE parade is a positive event that will allow local kids who cant afford entry into the Bridge to see their heroes and the trophy . You want to move near a iconic football ground then learn to love your neighborhood's institutions
terence farley ● 3124d