Son of Fulham owner and vice-chairman tells fan to 'go to hell'

Paola Ditto
Gennaio 13, 2019

Fulham scored all three goals - unfortunately, two went into their own net.

The son of Fulham owner Shahid Khan told a supporter to "go to hell" and insisted he will "die at this club" after being told to leave.

Khan responded to criticism over the tone of his tweet, complaining the fan was among those who "give no credit when things go well", and was also critical of initial news reports about the Twitter exchange.

"This wasn't my first twitter interaction with this fan", Khan said. "When times are down, he's on me, but even less than 2 weeks after promotion he complained at me".

Having promised not to surrender and claimed there will be "multiple signings" this month, one fan replied: "Leave my club please".

In 2011 former chairman Mohamed Al Fayed told Fulham fans they could "go to hell" if they did not appreciate the Michael Jackson statue which had been unveiled at Craven Cottage.

Claudio Ranieri's side had made a bright start at Turf Moor but André Schürrle's early opener was cancelled out in the 20th minute, when Jeff Hendrick's shot deflected in off Joe Bryan.

"This period is very unusual", said Fulham manager Claudio Ranieri.

Calum Chambers headed against the Burnley bar soon after and Fulham substitute Luciano Vietto was denied after the break by James Tarkowski and Tom Heaton - two players hoping to impress England boss Gareth Southgate, who was watching from the stands.

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