Ola Aina has attributed Fulham’s relegation from the Premier League to the absence of the club fans.
Fulham were one of three teams that got relegated from the English top-flight. Sheffield United and West Bromwich Albion were the two other teams that went down.
And Aina, who was on loan from Torino, believes the presence of the fans would have come in handy in certain games.
“I think it’s affected most teams,” Aina said on the club’s website fulhamfc.com. “You look at Sheffield United, last year they were flying, and then this season you see what having no fans does.
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“I think it’s affected a lot of teams, and we’re one of those. When we needed fans in the stadium for certain games, there are results that might have gone in our favour if they were there maybe.
“It has played a part in our season, I think, it has affected us. But we can’t be making excuses, it is what it is, we didn’t manage to…
Source: Complete Sports