These really are desperate times for Fulham Football Club.
We’re now eleven games into the 2018 / 2019 Premier League season and, despite spending big in the summer transfer window, we’re rooted at the bottom of the Premier League table having managed to accumulate just five points from the maximum thirty-three available.
The latest disaster, in what is fast becoming a season that looks as if we’re destined to take part in a bleak relegation battle, came away to Huddersfield, on Monday night.
Fulham arrived in Yorkshire hoping to get that second win of the season against a side that had failed to win in the Premier League this season and who hadn’t scored at home since April.
Now, on paper, that didn’t look too hard a task did it?
But, it was for Fulham with the home side edging the game 1-0 courtesy of an own goal from Timothy Fosu-Mensah.
Throughout the game, the home side looked to be playing with a greater degree of urgency than Fulham who created very little going forward and who looked like a side low on confidence.
Unfortunately, anybody hoping that things might get better this weekend may be living in dreamland with the worst defence, in the Premier League, looking to keep out the attacking threat presented by a rampant Liverpool side, at Anfield, a side who have yet to lose a Premier League game this season.
Worrying times indeed, for us all.