Date: 27th October 2018 at 5:59pm
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Back in May, when Fulham regained the right to be called a Premier League club after beating Aston Villa in the Championship Play-Off Final, there were hopes that the club would not only consolidate their top-flight status this season but also go on to make an impression in the toughest league in the world.

Ten games into the season and that hope looks a forlorn dream.

Those ten games have yielded just the one win and the Cottagers sit in the bottom three and face two tough away games, in the Premier League, trips to Huddersfield and Liverpool.

Following the 3-0 drubbing handed out by Bournemouth this afternoon, the Fulham support have expressed their anger at the way things have gone, on social media.

The posts, considering our hopes back in August, do not make for good reading, with the following illustrating that point perfectly:

Indeed, it is looking as if some of the summer purchases do not fit the purpose.

Continuing, it seems the support are not impressed with the manner in which we’re losing:

Now there are some damning statistics in that middle comment, figures that illustrate our problems perfectly.

But, whilst confidence amongst the support is draining, are we deserved of the post below?

I’ll leave you to decide!