I think we can officially put ourselves in the category of ‘laughing stock’.
As if our results on the pitch weren’t bad enough, you get the whole incident with Tony Khan happening afterwards and the circus that is surrounding it. So now during both of our last two seasons in the Premier League, we seem to give people ammunition in which to take shots at us, along with the disastrous 2018 window.
And with all that comes more opportunities for those in the media to take swipes at us, just like outspoken pundit Simon Jordan did on talkSPORT yesterday, saying that this whole mess is going to make us all the less appealing to players that we are trying to sign:
"Fulham aren't a club that people are aspiring to go and join." ❌
"Scott Parker has done a fantastic job." 👏
— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) September 29, 2020
Should Tony Khan resign?
And with Khan saying after the Aston Villa game that he’s going to work hard to get things over the line, if Jordan’s comments are anything to go by, he may have to work a little bit harder in order to do so.
This was all so much easier when we were in the Championship and we could fly under the radar through all of this.
What about you? What do you make of Jordan’s comments?