We spoke to Andrew Beck, an American Fulham fan who has followed the club for nearly 10 years.
How long have you been a Fulham fan?
I started following Fulham in 2007. I was aware of them before, due to all the Americans that were there. But after the 2006 World Cup I started following them much more closer. Things really took off when I started getting Fox Soccer in HD so I could see all the games. At the same time, their Europa League run was going on, and I was hooked.
Who are your key players at the club now and favourites from your time as a supporter?
It's really hard to know who is going to be the key player this year. So much of the team is new. There is a new formation and style of play. It may take a while to figure out which pieces are most important. If I had to guess though, I think Tom Cairney maybe the most important piece.
My favorite players over the years have been varied. I loved Clint Dempsey, but soured on him by the way he left (and now I get to live through it all again with my home town team in Seattle). I loved Brian McBride, but didn't really get to see much of him at his peak. Dimitar Berbatov was a joy to watch, but could also be way too frustrating. My favorite player of all time though was Moussa Dembele (the first one). I loved watching him at Fulham. He left in a good way and I still enjoy watching him at Spurs.
What are your thoughts on both your owner and manager?
I'm all in on Slavisa Jokanovic. I think he's finally the right guy for the team. I think there is a lot of consternation at Shahid Khan. Part of that is simply that he's an American, that's always an easy thing to criticize. He also bought the team when it was a shell of the peak teams of the late 2000's. I do think he has finally put people in charge who have a plan. It just took a little longer than I would have liked.
Ross McCormack: Is he worth the £25million that clubs have spent on him in two transfers?
Ross McCormack is the best player in the Championship. The only problem is that you have to build your team around him. Since he's asked for a transfer over the last three windows, Fulham trying to build around him wasn't smart. He was fun to watch, but I think the team will be better after spending that transfer fee over multiple players.
What are your hopes and fears for Fulham in the 2016/17 season?
My hope is that everything breaks right, Fulham challenge for a playoff spot and somehow get hot enough to win and get promoted. My fear is Slavisa gets frustrated by not getting what he wants and resigns. Fulham panic in the winter, the team falls apart, and they get relegated. My guess is somewhere in the middle. They will probably finish in the top 10, just outside the playoff spots.
Any player at Leeds you'd be happy to wear the white and black?
I don't know if it says more about your squad, or more about my knowledge of it, but looking at your roster, there wasn't really anyone that jumped out at me.
Who are your Champions, Runners up and four Playoff teams?
Champion - Newcastle.
Runner Up - Derby County.
Playoff Teams - Norwich, Sheffield Wednesday, Ipswich and Cardiff.
Who are your three relegated teams?
Relegated - Burton Albion, Rotherham and Aston Villa.
Will the 'Leicester factor' happen again in the Premiership?
I think Leicester was a once in a long time sort of thing. With United and Chelsea recovering, Spurs getting a new stadium, Klopp at Liverpool, Pep at City, and West Ham moving to a bigger venue; I think it will be very hard for anyone to jump up.
Leicester caught lightening in a bottle with a bunch of teams having off years and understanding how to use the new TV money better than anyone. I doubt that happens again.
Tomorrows match; what's the score and who will bag the goals?
I think the game probably ends 1-1. I'll go with a Sone Aluko goal for Fulham.
We'd like to thank Andrew for taking the time to answer our questions and wish him luck for the season.
By Keith Ingham