Date: 8th November 2013 at 12:45pm
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The frustration, in recent games, when things have not been going our way has resulted in howls of derision from the Fulham support.

It`s fair to say that all is not well in the Craven Cottage stands as the supporters vent their frustrations out on those who they believe are under-performing.

As we prepare to take on Liverpool, in a fixture that the faithful have their fears about, one of our summer signings, Scott Parker, has stepped forward with a few words that may surprise a few people with the former England international commenting about the frustration manifesting itself in the form of booing,

“If you`re not winning or you`re playing poorly or letting silly goals in, I`d boo as well.”

“We have been unlucky but there have certainly been times this year when it has not been good enough.”

“I`m saying that the booing doesn`t help. But the fans have a right to express how they feel.”

“At times the manager has come in for a bit but he knows what has to be done.”


Well, running the risk of sounding rude, can I suggest he gets on with it pretty damn quick!