Dibbs loses partner to Fulham FC

Dibb Lupton Alsop has lost an insolvency partner in a transfer deal to Fulham FC.

Michael Fiddy, who is based at its London office, is to become managing director of the first division club after five years at the national firm.

Fiddy was delighted with the move: “This is a fantastic opportunity and the most exciting job that I could envisage. This is every boy's dream.”

Fiddy admits that he is a fan of the club, owned by Mohammed Al Fayed. But it's not the only connection the Fiddy family has with Al Fayed, Fiddy's wife works at Harrods.

Dibbs London managing partner Paul Nicholls says Dibbs wishes Fiddy well.

PR director for Fulham FC Max Clifford adds “It is very positive to get someone of Michael's calibre.”

Fiddy takes over from acting md, Lee Hoos, who becomes deputy md.