Fulham has unveiled a new range of merchandise dedicated to Michael Jackson.
The iconic singer, who died two years ago last Saturday (25th), was a close personal friend of club chairman Mohamed Al-Fayed.
In April, Al-Fayed caused controversy when he erected a statue of the late star outside Craven Cottage. He later labelled fans who opposed the move "stupid" and informed them that they could "go to hell".
"Here at Fulham Football Club, we are proud to pay our tribute to [Jackson]," the club said today as it unveiled the new merchandise.
The Michael Jackson Fulham range includes a "tribute umbrella", a mug depicting the statue and a "Michael and the Chairman" T-shirt.