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National Football Museum adopts Fulham’s Michael Jackson statue

News reaches us this morning that our pals at the National Football Museum are rehousing Michael Jackson.

The statue of Jacko, which once controversially sat outside Fulham’s Craven Cottage ground, will now be kept at the museum, in Manchester, after former Cottagers owner Mohamed Al Fayed agreed to loan his 7ft 6in monstrosity.

A cracking exhibit that will succinctly tell the museum’s visitors a helluva a lot about football club ownership in the past couple of decades.

A museum spokeswoman said: “The story behind the statue and its relationship with Fulham would certainly make for a thought-provoking addition.

“We are very grateful to Mr Al Fayed for offering to donate this important item.”

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