A Certain Charm

1 Leave a comment on verse 1 0 The club of Haynes and Trinder, of Hill and Cohen;
Al Fayed and Keegan. A Cottage, a river, a secret
Charm, an old grandstand midst modernity. Only
One F in their name. A black and white simplicity.

2 Leave a comment on verse 2 0 Marsh and Mullery went and came back. Clarke
Stayed briefly. Best and Moore; trendy 70s chic.
But too many years of anonymous mediocrity and
Near non-existence. Still, they kept the ball rolling.

3 Leave a comment on verse 3 0 Shadowed by the Chelsea mob, but far nobler, in
A modest way; Malbranque and McBride – quality
Pros, quality players. Stay the same, keep it fun.
Keep it local, keep it real and always keep it Fulham.


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