Pete Sixsmith is a lot trimmer now but Monsieur Salut rather likes this photo of him. Click it to hear his podcast on a Fulham site

Got just under half an hour to spare? Click on the image of Sixer above and you then scroll down to hear a gloomily entertaining interview with a Fulham name familiar to anyone who enjoys Salut! Sunderland‘s Who are You? series.

Russ Goldman is a USA-based Fulham fan who hosts the Cottage Talk podcast (as well as a New England Patriots podcast). He was last seen here before the Fulham game at the Stadium of Light.

Would I go on his show to talk about Fulham vs SAFC, he asked. I gave my usual response: “yes, but try Pete Sixsmith first.” I bet Russ is pleased he did.

Pete treated him to an expert appraisal of Sunderland’s woes punctuated by the odd pocket of American history and knowledge of Fulham. I shall say no more than go to the site and hear for yourself. I won’t even tell you by how many he thinks Fulham will win – or whether they’ll make it back to Premier League and, if so, how..

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