Date: 19th August 2018 at 9:15am
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Two games and two defeats is not the brightest of starts to life in the top-flight of English football, but it’s not the end of the world, we’ve still another thirty-six games in which to turn matters around.

However, despite the fact we’ve yet to earn our first Premier League point of the 2018 / 2019 season, optimism amongst the support remains high.

Scouring the social media, it appears that the faithful are understanding when it comes to being patient and waiting for the team to gel, with the following comments illustrating just such a point:

Interesting thoughts and ones we concur with, but it does beg us to ask the question of just how long this gelling period can go on for, we need to get some points on the board to keep the confidence in the squad.

But, although the result suggests we were soundly beaten, it seems our second-half performance received some praise from the opposition camp and also from the Fulham camp:

Which is good to read. But, one question being asked is whether Slavisa Jokanovic got his team selection wrong, as shown below:

Is the above poster correct?

Here at Vital Fulham, we would love to see your views dropped into the comments facility beneath this article.

COYW’s

 

2 Replies to “Despite Two Defeats Optimism Levels Remain High Amongst The Fulham Support”

    • No complaints from me either, but I would have started with Anguissa as well. I feel very optimistic that we will make our mark in the Premier League and a quality outfit will come together. Living in Tasmania makes you feel so far away from the action and I would love to be experiencing EPL games at the Cottage. I am thankful that I had that opportunity in 2007 and again in 2016 in the Championship. Go Fulham.

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