After the latest debacle, a 1-0 defeat against a side that hadn’t won all season, in the Premier League, and who hadn’t scored at home since back in April, these are troubled times for us Fulham supporters.
Before the season started, the last thing we anticipated, after spending big in the summer, was to be part of a relegation battle.
But, Fulham are finding life tough in the top-flight and have managed just one Premier League victory all season.
After the latest defeat, away to Huddersfield, Slavisa Jokanovic, speaking to the media and as reported by the BBC, had this to say about his side:
“We’re disappointed we didn’t play well enough or show enough intensity, especially in the first 45 minutes.
“We found some improvement but it wasn’t enough to equalise.
“They must fight – this is a tough competition. There are 27 games ahead of us. We didn’t show a positive reaction and we must be brave and look for improvement. At the moment it is not enough at this level.”
Indeed, it isn’t, something has to change, could that change involve axing the popular Jokanovic who lead Fulham back to the top-flight?
Continuing to talk to the media, Jokanovic had this to say about his own position:
“This is my job, that is it. I know in this kind of situation many things can happen but it is outside of my control.
“I will follow my plan and work with the team. I must find the solution. Other people, if they need to say something, they can use some words.”
Is Jokanovic living on borrowed time or will the board give him further time to turn things around?
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