With our plight now looking desperate as Fulham look set to spiral head first through the relegation trap-door, making an instant return to the Championship, after just one season in the top-flight, we have an interesting question for you to ponder over.
Since regaining our Premier League status, albeit courtesy of that magical day at Wembley in May, the managers’ office, at Craven Cottage, has seen three occupants.
Slavisa Jokanovic was, quite rightly, in charge at the start of the season, before being replaced by Claudio Ranieri.
The Italian, despite his best endeavours, couldn’t stop the rot and was himself axed after just 106 days in charge.
At the moment, the fans choice, Scott Parker, is doing his utmost to try and delay the previously mentioned inevitability.
However, despite being out of the game since his axing by Fulham, Slavisa Jokanovic could be set for a return to management.
Despite, being in the play-off places, West Bromwich Albion, surprisingly, axed their boss, Darren Moore.
Seemingly, according to the news source, the Telegraph, Jokanovic is the prime candidate to fill the vacancy at the Hawthorns and is set to hold further talks with the club.
Which brings, me round full circle to that previously mentioned question.
Are you of the opinion that, given further time, Jokanovic might have turned the club around and we just might be in a better position than we are now?
Please feel free to air your views in the comment facility beneath this article.
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