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Fulham chairman Mohamed Al Fayed has urged fans to play their part in maintaining commercial stability at Craven Cottage following publication of the club's latest financial results.
The Cottagers have announced a 500,000 profit for the 12-month period up to June 30 last year, marking a significant recovery from the 20.8million loss suffered the previous financial year.
It is the first time Fulham have been in the black since Al Fayed bought the club in 1997 and the Harrods boss wants supporters to help keep it that way.