I actually agree with Rio Ferdinand. I love Michael to pieces. But, I also agree there are many great great great football players who deserve to have a statue in the football club.
It's a nice gesture of Al Fayed. I know he means well.
Your forgetting that Football now is very much policed and monitored
Anyone caught defacing the statue would face criminal charges i'm sure
not being sterotpyical or anything lol but think of thick ignorant idots who read tabloids ontop of the thug racist hoolligan element that follow football teams.
I have to say i kinda agree with rio (and that's very hard for me to say as i hate him and Man U) I mean, while i feel MJ should have a statue in every country. As a football fan as well, i feel that, like Liverpool and other teams, u should only erect statues of ur legendary players outside the stadiums. As others have said, The O2 is probably the best place, or maybe even Wembley Stadium. I mean, i know its not the same one as MJ played at, but he set bare records there and if the o2 is in there, a place he barely even visited, let alone performed at, then wembley should be on the cards too. Unfortunately, Harrods is of the cards due to al fayed selling it.
I'll definitely go and see this, I'm in London anyway that weekend and will be great to see a lot of fans again!
Yeah, well if any fulham fans try and give me hassle while im there, they are gonna learn that not all MJ fans are like mike. cos i will knock em the **** out if they piss me off.
Its going where it is going, so instead of whinging and whinning on about it, cos that won't change, we should all (including the Fulham fans) just get on with our lifes, ignore the thing we don't like and enjoy the things we do. Having a MJ statue outside a stadium is not going to affect the average fans viewing experience is it?