Craven Cottage supremo will continue to invest in club despite woeful financial records.
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Fulham chairman Mohammed Al-Fayed has reiterated his commitment to the club despite multi-million pound losses in the financial year.
The West London side posted a £16.9million deficit in their annual accounts despite a money-spinning adventure to the Europa League final.
The run to the final is said to have brought in additional revenue of £12.5million but overall losses went up by £10m, mainly because of increased wages and new contracts.
Al-Fayed has been chairman of Fulham since 1997 and is believed to have pumped in £160million on an unsecured, interest-free basis.
Having secured their top-flight status now for 10 consecutive seasons, the 78-year-old insists he is as passionate about the club now as the day he arrived
“As is evident, I remain committed to making investment funds available to achieve our goals both on and off the pitch,” Al-Fayed said in a statement.
“The continued success of Fulham and its eventual financial self-sustainability is my priority.”