- This season will be Fulham’s first back in the second tier for 13 years after their run in the Premier League was ended in a turbulent campaign that saw three managers at the Cottage after a change of ownership last summer.
- Felix Magath suffered his first relegation as a manager last season as he took over the sinking ship in February. As a manager in Germany he has been in charge of all the top sides and won three Bundesliga titles (2 with Bayern Munich and 1 with Wolfsburg).
- The £11m transfer fee for Ross McCormack was a world record fee for a side outside the top division of a country. It is obviously excessive, but if McCormack’s goals can fire Fulham back to the Premier League and the riches that come with it the fee will be well worth it.
- With adult season tickets from £199 and children from £99 the relegated London club offer one of the best value for money deals in the division.