RULES FOR POSTING
Under no circumstances will topics on following be considered acceptable:
A - POLITICS
B - RACIST REMARKS
C - SEXIST REMARKS
D - HOMOPHOBIC REMARKS
E - SECTARIAN / RELIGIOUS ABUSE
F - TERMINAL ILLNESS
G - PERSONAL ABUSE / BULLYING / SLANDER
H - POSITIVE REMARKS ABOUT ERNIE CLAY
It is understood that from time to time especially on a football forum subjects such as the Hillsborough or Heysel Disaster, Bradford Park Fire, Munich Air Disaster et al will arise. We ask that any discussion is to remain respectful at all times due to the sensitive nature of the topic.
Please remember this is a public domain, an opinion or the re-emergence of such sensitive topics can open old wounds for so many friends, relatives, and loved ones.
The Fulham philosophy is to always adopt a common sense approach when addressing any issues.
Suggested Member guidelines:
A - TEXT TALK - Whilst not banned, text talk is frowned upon in some quarters, its confusing for some users. Please apply common sense, some abbreviations are understandable whilst others are not. Always try to refrain from replying to posts in text language.
B - CAPITALS - Please refrain from using them constantly, again in some quarters this is frowned upon. Some people consider it to be "SHOUTlNG". You wouldnt shout your opinion in a conversation so please dont do it on here. We dont mind members posting in Capitals for emphasis however.
C - OVERSIZE SIGNATURES - We ask you to keep them to a reasonable size.
D - MULTIPLE THREADS - We ask members not to start multiple threads on the same subject.
E - SMILEY FACES - We have no objections to their use but please dont go overboard.
F - RIVAL SUPPORTERS - Whilst FoF is predominantly a Fulham community, the views and opinions from supporters of rival clubs are both welcomed and appreciated (the exception being Alan Green - no one should take any notice of him). Of course, banter has always been a key theme of FoF but if we find it to be abusive, the offenders will be dealt with swiftly.
G - SWEARING - Please try to avoid swearing, trying to disguise the words is also not acceptable either. We are aware that a degree of mild swearing will crop up from time to time, and left on or removed at the moderators discretion given the context.
These rules are not written in stone but they are what we expect of our members.
Younger members are not to be discouraged so we must make you aware that it is predominantly an adult forum.
Furthermore its worth noting that when a discussion reaches a dead end or loggerhead. We have found it much better from experience to simply Agree To Disagree.
On behalf of the whole Friends of Fulham team please feel a wholehearted welcome. Please remember, all are welcome to join and enjoy this little piece of cyber bliss, look after it, meet the locals and discover whats involved in the Fulham experience.