When it comes to folk heroes in West London, Fulham’s Fred Callaghan is up there with the best of them. Fred began his career in midfield before moving to left-back when Jimmy Langley left the club. He went on to make the position his own, playing over 300 times for Fulham in the 1960s and 1970s. Fred was a strong, hard-tackling player, but these days he is best known for his warm and entertaining matchday appearances as part of the Fulham hospitality team. He is a favourite in the club’s Riverside Restaurant, where he keeps fans happy before home games with his light-hearted memories of playing alongside Fulham greats like Johnny Haynes, Bobby Robson and Rights Highway Sport’s Alan Mullery. A great entertainer and storyteller with his own inimitable style, that’s Fred Callaghan.