George Best was an “icon” and still is in many ways. We all love to watch the old videos of his tricks and goals, especially of course during his days at Manchester United, but this time we take a closer and thorough look into his records from the days at Fulham.
After finally leaving Man Utd in 1974, George Best himself had no focus on returning to the top flight of English football. He had a reputation and his game had faulted a bit, so the idea of playing at Fulham, together with his mate Rodney Marsh, was something that triggered him. He had before moving to Craven Cottage had spells in South Africa with Jewish Guild, Cork Celtic in Ireland and Stockport County, before he made a move to Los Angeles Aztecs in the NASL, so he had been in activity all the way and was ready to play from the first minute he arrived.Continue reading “George Best and Fulham days summed up taking the deep look at his life as a footballer at Craven Cottage”