Date: 16th July 2010 at 4:12pm
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I thought it had gone a little quiet on the managerial rumour front.

Yesterday there was a distinct lack of news, today, just like earlier this week, we have another name in the frame – Martin Jol.

The ex-Spurs boss, currently at Ajax Amsterdam, is mentioned as being a surprise candidate to take over the Fulham managerial position.

Jol enjoyed some good times at White Hart Lane and his experience, if successful, would stand him in good stead.

Furthermore, we hear that Sven Goran Eriksson, once the leading contender according to the press, has distanced himself even further from the job by implying he wants to stay on as coach of the Ivory Coast.

Lastly, Ray Lewington, currently presiding over the first team, has confirmed that he`s not interested in taking on the role on a full time basis.

With it also being suggested by a leading tabloid that Mr Al Fayed hopes to announce who will be in charge by Monday, it could prove to be quite a weekend.

Stay tuned!

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14 Replies to “Fulham – Martin Jol?”

  • you could do alot worse than Jol. i have always wished spurs never let him go! dont get me wrong, im more than happy with ‘Arry but Jol is an excellent manager and would do just as well as Hogdeson imo

  • And if, as reported, he can attract the likes of Robbie Keane, I want him signing up without reservation! Let’s hope Mo has gone and secured a belter again, although, this ‘rolling contract’ method is a bit risky.

  • BMJ would be a great manager for you guys,always had a lot of time for him as Spurs boss,although isnt the Ajax position his dream job?Be interesting to see if this story has legs

  • OMLG (OH MY LADY GAGA) If we could get him…….it would mean busta rhymes playing at my 40th….incredible….wicked, wicked…..joel is massive!!!!

  • Yeh, I must say that I would be very, very pleased with Jol as manager. Hope he’s the man on Monday!

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