As if this season couldn’t get any worse.
Now the head coach is taking his beef public. I’m not saying that we should necessarily have everything kept behind closed doors, but there needs to be a time and a place for it. And right now all I think he’s doing is adding fuel to the fire.
Following the fallout from Tony Khan’s tweet after the loss to Aston Villa, things have gone a little bit toxic at Fulham (the responses to his initial tweet can tell you that much), with members of the media now using it as something to beat us with.
And speaking ahead of the clash with Brentford in the League Cup, Fulham head coach Scott Parker made his feelings known about the Director of Football’s actions, and he made it quite clear that he wasn’t a fan:
Scott Parker is talking to the press ahead of Brentford. On Tony Khan’s tweets: “It’s not something I agree with it, it’s not something that is helpful. The one thing I’m disappointed with is that he apologised for the performance. The other bits, it is what it is.”
— Peter Rutzler (@peterrutzler) September 29, 2020
Should Tony Khan resign?
There may be some good to come out of this, like hopefully now Khan might see the damage that he is doing and either reign in his activity on social media or use it to try and prove a point and get some players in through the window to help get us better results.
What about you? Do you agree with Parker’s comments?