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Monday 12th April 2021, 11:44 PM



 
Did anyone see westbrom game. They were great to watch not like our mob always passing back boring. I wish big Sam had com here. I enjoy watching them play but I don’t enjoy watching our bore ing playing.
 
 
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Monday 12th April 2021, 11:30 PM



 
It's quite possible we'll end second from bittom. West Brom have been galvanised by Big Sam. Dead and buried a month ago they even possibly could catch Newcastle.Actually the championship won't be too bad. More games,probably more chances to celebrate winning matches. Will probably be a vastly changed side and a 50/50 chance that Scott is still manager.Can't see Fulham getting anything from the next two games that leaves us winning 2 and Newcastle losing 2 in the last 4 matches And Newcastle have pulled the goal difference back to 1.Do miracles really happen?
 
 
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Monday 12th April 2021, 11:18 PM



 
Another great win for the under 18s against Arsenal 3:1 making them joint top with CP. The close contact passing devised under the direction of Steve Wigley is a pleasure to watch, very little diagonal backward passing, but forward penetrating the opposition time ad time again. The anorak brigade was there with their lap tops , and tape recorders, club scouts no doubt casting their eyes over the talented squad. Bireith & Bowie 2 who would be worth watching at the Cottage, but my fear is that they will be away in the close season, partly due to Pakers reluctance to blood or give chances to youth . Watching this team with its skill and enthusiasm is a pleasure, something one cannot say about our 1st team band of lazy misfits.
 
 
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Monday 12th April 2021, 11:17 PM



 
Opinion so deeply divided on Parker and Owner, and yes can see both views. But try to look at things fairly and just see the positives which are two recent promotions, a wealthy owner and a fantastic new stadium. If we spend a few seasons in the Championship with no improvement then we have some merit to start moaning. And, I wasn’t Parker’s biggest fan but I do think we should stick with him, and would believe the majority of supporters think the same.
 
 
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Monday 12th April 2021, 9:57 PM



 
I appreciate he has many critics but he does achieve results. I am sure he does not tell his players "well done chaps" when they lose week after week. I imagine he creates merry hell and and tells his players what he thinks of poor performances. Perhaps Parker should have told our players at the beginning of the season a few home truths instead of praising them which must have convinced the players they were playing well. Personally, not my ideal a good manager. He appears to have lost the "dressing room" unlike Alex Ferguson who really got hold of players who failed to put in a shift.
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It is easy to criticise Khan, and saying what manager would work under him. Well the incompetent sycophant Parker is for his 30 pieces of silver (3.8m).
posted by Putney Pete (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 10:23 PM
 
 
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Monday 12th April 2021, 9:01 PM



 
WBA score 3 and a clean sheet OMG
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And they beat Chelsea 5-1, are we going to beat Chelsea, I do not thinks so as we only do that on very, very rare occasions.
posted by The Time Is Now - Monday 12th April 2021, 9:22 PM
 
It was 5-2 !
posted by Dave (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 9:47 PM
 
Nit picking, when under this feeble regime did we last score 5 goals
posted by Putney Pete (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 10:24 PM
 
If we had got big Sam before Christmas we would not be get relegated.
posted by Joka’s Revenge (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 11:03 PM
 
 
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Monday 12th April 2021, 7:12 PM



 
They have all under performed. Parker cannot say he’s got the second or third worse squad in the division. He’s had time. Instead of improving, we are already regressing. Tong Khan had 5 years to build something more permanent. He failed. The players are a big let down! Apart from Andersen, Reed and the keeper, all the other players have under performed. Mitro spent the season sulking after his penalty miss. Anguissa, RLC and maybe even Lookman all thought they were too big for little Fulham. The only player I feel sorry for is Bryan. He got us promoted single handedly but never given a chance.
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Tony Khan buys and sells players in accordance with the managers needs limited by the budget. He in no way interferes with the work of the manager whose prime function is to get the best out of the players he has. This squad has shown a various time this season it is good enough to stay in this division or do better than that. In my view the players have never been consistent in their level of performance and that is why were are where we are. That may be the managers fault but I believe it is mainly the players who have let us down.
posted by The Time Is Now - Monday 12th April 2021, 7:51 PM
 
Plenty of character shown by WBA !
posted by Jon (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 8:04 PM
 
Hate to say it but WBA have a manager we don't
posted by ER (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 8:20 PM
 
The Time is now--NO ! Tony Khan buys players in accordance with his own daft,flawed theories !! Where on earth did you get the idea Khan follows the wishes of his managers where player-recruitment is concerned ?If there are budget constraints it's because of Khan's dreadful signings in 2018/19.
posted by GEZZA (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 9:31 PM
 
Yes John I do agree there have been some awful strategic errors made by the Board. Macintosh will have overseen three relegations if we go down this season. Not many CEO’s would survive that.
posted by Joka’s Revenge (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 11:21 PM
 
 
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SP and his coaches have more than their chance they should depart ASAP . Roy Hodgson should be appointed CP won’t be difficult to deal with . He would be guaranteed to lay the foundations down for the future as he did last time .
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Just look at WBA
posted by er (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 7:02 PM
 
Roy Hodgson is at his boyhood club and when he leaves them it will be to retire and put his feet up....no hope of him returning.
posted by NRL (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 7:03 PM
 
NRL ... Roy lives in Richmond a stones throw from Fulham lets ask him
posted by Fulham supporter (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 7:10 PM
 
Well it looks like WBA, are going to be our main rivals for top spot next season in the Championship, if we are relegated, but we could easily pick up points against Southampton, if they play even half as bad as they did tonight against a poor WBA. Southampton made them look like Brazil, which was embarrassing. Fat Sam has by some miracle got two wins on the trot out of WBA, and the commentators were almost wetting themselves, saying that they could avoid the drop, they must believe in faries, as I have more chance of winning the lottery, than that happening.
posted by A C (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 8:17 PM
 
Whatever one says about big Sam, he as encouraged more fight from his team than our manager has done.
posted by Kunye (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 8:21 PM
 
Roy does not live in Richmond, he resides in a 3m+ house in Kingswood Surrey adj to the golf club.
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Monday 12th April 2021, 1:56 PM



 
I think most of us now accept our fate, it'll be nice to see us win a few games next season. My personal wish is for Mr Khan snr to relieve his son Tony of all duties at "The Cottage" and beg Jokanovic to return with a free hand.
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Not going to happen. Would you kick out your own son. Its called tolerable failure. But Hey! Ho! you cannot rule out anything in these crazy times. Long as we beat Chelsea at the Bridge in the forthcoming fixture that would do nicely!
posted by Tony R (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 2:01 PM
 
There are plenty of things for Tony to do in his dad's empire. He's running a wrestling program "AEW" now let him concentrate all his efforts on that, the wrestling public love paying to be fooled. We need a football man at the helm. Not Tony Khan with Parker as his No2.
posted by NRL (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 2:35 PM
 
Would Khan senior allow his dysfunctional,incompetent son to take control of his auto-parts business ? I seriously doubt it !!!
posted by GEZZA (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 5:14 PM
 
He hasn’t said a word about fulham in months but tweets about wrestling every day. We fans love and obsess about our club and we deserve a director of football who cares. We will be 19th tonight with a worse goal difference now than Newcastle
posted by Guy (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 6:50 PM
 
We cannot drop to 19th tonight
posted by Broadsword (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 7:01 PM
 
Thanks broadsword I didn’t realise I was looking at a live up to date table.
posted by Guy (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 8:34 PM
 
It’s very simple,Khans own the club you don’t,they will carry on doing whatever they want so unless you have £200-£250 million to put up keep out!
posted by Chief (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 9:45 PM
 
Guy. Next week however....!
posted by Broadsword (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 10:16 PM
 
 
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I'm organising a socially-distanced picnic in Bishop's Park before the Newcastle game, to mark the Biennial FFC Relegation Party. Please can everyone turn up wasted, dress up as clowns and bring inflatable toys like the last Relegation Party at Bournemouth.
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You want us dressed as Brentford supporters?
posted by Paddy O'Doors (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 1:55 PM
 
PARKER will be there, he is wearing his clown suit
posted by Putney Pete (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 2:09 PM
 
TK is going as mick mcmanus
posted by Attendant (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 2:12 PM
 
Confident see any reason for a party !!!will wait till following season for our promotion do which will happen !!!!!!!
posted by Len (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 2:39 PM
 
Can’t should be !!!!!!
posted by Len (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 2:40 PM
 
Too good for the Championship Not good enough for the Premier League Permanently up for a celebration Especially when it involves thrashing QPR Always something to look forward to!
posted by RelegationParty - Monday 12th April 2021, 5:26 PM
 
 
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After his masterclass performance against Man U Son Heung- Min must be a warm favourite for conman of the season.
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Totally agree, where are all the cards for "Simulation"? There should be thousands of them
posted by NRL (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 2:37 PM
 
When he went down thought our Henry Cooper had caught him with one of his famous left hooks. You know like the one he dumped Mohamed Ali on the canvas before his seconds ‘split’ his glove to give him time to recover !
posted by Jon (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 3:18 PM
 
 
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Monday 12th April 2021, 9:40 AM



 
It is unwise and largely unjustified to fire venom at the owner and Parker for our season. We know mistakes have been made, we all know those. But we do have a decent owner who has invested so much financially into our club to make it better in the long term, for example Craven Cottage will be the best stadium in the country. Our training facilities at Motspur Park will be second to none, our squad has been invested as much as FFP will allow. We all moan about Tony Khan and yes I get that but on the other side he has orchestrated two promotions from the Championship which is not easy and secured the loan signings of Andersen and Lookman who we all rave about. In the end we have fallen short perhaps it has been Parker’s inexperience at the top level but he has shown potential and does know how to get out of the Championship. The time is for calm heads and there is still points to play for, we need to finish this season well for so many reasons. Let’s hope we use this season as a learning curve and bounce back not making the same mistakes, there are no better alternatives out there.
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Agree - just made the exact point below. But we have to make a change for next season. We need better team work between the coaching and the director of football. We need to agree and deliver football strategy.
posted by John (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 9:47 AM
 
Agree 100%.
posted by Mortlake (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 10:39 AM
 
AGREE
posted by Rob Clark (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 2:14 PM
 
Nice to hear some sense on here!!!!
posted by Len (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 2:42 PM
 
Rubbish......3 Premier League Relegations in 7 years. Nothing ABSOLUTELY nothing learned from TK from our last embarrassment in this division. Giving an U18’s manager (and all his staff) a three year contract for his first job ...... where he was proven to be out of his depth when he was caretaker manager for 13 or so games in our last relegation season. This relegation was avoidable....... but due to a absent DOF and a poor poor manager another depressing season
posted by Ffc (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 4:01 PM
 
They had the opportunity to make there stamp the day they took over. We were a established premiership team ok we needed reinforcements after flirting with relegation a few times should have brought in a decent manager and invested in some better players. Keeping us in the premiership would would have recouped there outlay. Do you think Chelsea owner would have let them drop out of the premiership. I don’t think.so. If I was one the riches men in the world [apparently 100 th ] and took over a football club I’d want to keep them in top flight football simple as that.
posted by Hodds (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 4:54 PM
 
I just cannnot believe all this praise for the indulgent Shahid Khan and his useless,idiotic son.Our first promotion was achieved by players signed by Mike Rigg ( a director of football who knew what he was doing !)graduates from our youth-system,and Aleksandar Mitrovic,recruited by Slavisa Johanovic.The idiot-son had practically nothing to do with our promotion in 2017/18.However Tony Khan has had everything to do with our relegation in 2018/19 and our inevitable relegation this season. Shahid Khan's appalling nepotism and Tony Khan's dreadful incompetence,complacency,and arrogance has led to Fulham's two worst seasons !
posted by GEZZA (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 5:06 PM
 
And under his stewardship, whatever involvement he had we had one of the greatest days in the club’s history...a Wembley final victory. It’s not all bad Gezza. Incredible that opinion is divided so deeply. Surely, we must see the positives ie two promotions, wealthy owner and a fantastic new stadium. If we languish in the Championship then we can start moaning.
posted by Joka’s Revenge (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 11:11 PM
 
Joka- Yes that day at Wembley vs Villa was one of the greatest days in our history,in fact it was the greatest day in my life!!However although it was achieved under Tony Khan the team was created under the stewardship of Mike Rigg,plus our youth system,plus Slavisa's excellent recruitment of Mitro.Tony Khan had very,very little to do with the creation of that splendid team.As we all know during that close-season Khan ripped that team apart with possibly the most dreadful transfer-window in football history,for which the club is still suffering.Granted Shahid Khan is a generous,benevolent owner but it is utterly futile of him to give his woefully inept son total power in running the club.Seriously,if Tony Khan remains as DOF what do you think the future holds for our beloved club ?
posted by GEZZA (Guest) - Tuesday 13th April 2021, 1:36 AM
 
 
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Not enough creative players and goal threats. Cav, RLC, Bobby Reid, Lookman, Abou, Neeskens, Maja ... are any of them PL players? Not a one. With TC injured and Mitro injured then starved of service in a system that doesn’t fit him... there was no way to stay up. Too many squandered chances, scuffed shots, missed pens, etc. Tony Khan did a great job buying half a team. He didn’t understand that we still needed two wingers plus a #10 and a #9.
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We all knew we were too light up front at the start of last season and this season. The playoffs were proof we needed another striker to share the load with mitro. Like you said other than lookman the wings were weak as well. With cairny injured it’s meant we’ve only had RLC to be selected to try and add creativity but that didn’t work. That’s why for me the majority of blame goes to Tony Khan. What was scott Parker meant to do with a championship attack, he can only play players Khan gets him. I appreciate the money the khans have spent but appointing a third of yourself in the most important job at the club with no experience has again burnt us. You never get the best available person for a job through nepotism.
posted by Guy (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 8:45 AM
 
said on an earlier posting how successful our under 18 side were in playing 2 C/F could be worth a try.
posted by Kunye (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 9:34 AM
 
Over the course of the season, we have complimented the following purchases/loans - Lookman, Anderson, Anguissa, Tosun, Aina, Reed and Aerola. They all hard great games and we felt they were good recruits. So we can't all blame Khan junior. Parker also need to take some responsibility. However, what is clear since Tony took over as the director of football, there appears little cohesion or co-operation with the Football coaching team. We heard the spats between Parker and Tony, and also Slavisa with Tony. So there's a clear evidence on communication breakdown. This is the root of our problem! I still think the Khans have been excellent owners of Fulham and to be honest, i wouldn't wish otherwise. What change is required is cohesion and communication between the director of football and the head coach. Until we solve that, the team will continue to look like a disjointed bunch of decent players!!
posted by John (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 9:44 AM
 
What a load of rubbish you talk john, excellent owners, you need to stop taking DRUGS. What a clown.
posted by R (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 12:13 PM
 
I agree he signed good defensive players and as I said lookman but that’s half a team which makes sense when he has 3 jobs that he only did half a job. Our attack was weak last year, put it this way cav has played a lot more in the premiership than he did in the championship, you can’t survive this league with so few goals. I’d love the khans to stay the owners but please get an experienced director of football. Tony has been our dof for our last three season in the premiership spending well compared to the maf era and yet all 3 seasons he has relegated us when we never went down with maf.
posted by Guy (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 1:46 PM
 
This squad if kept together would get us out of chamionship BIG IF ) but we need some firepower for prem not sure with the Exception of mitro and maybey maja. And maybey lookman think we need an overhaul or a change of system think defensively we are ok just a thought has cairney been missed this year think he has
posted by Len (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 2:51 PM
 
Guest think khan been a great owner since he’s been here not afraid to spend who would have-expected to have a new stand built He’s put money into the team got two promotions Improved training facilities at motspur park only downside is his choice of number two to hire the players to do the job dread to think what the alternative could have been under these present conditions We could have been facing more than relegation !!
posted by Len (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 3:04 PM
 
 
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Six games left, the time for tip tap toe is gone, what is now needed is for the team to each grow a pair, no passing back when there are acres of space to run with the ball, make every 50/50 ball yours, mark players not fresh air, run at defenders with the ball, they hate it, in conclusion, no more Mr Nice guy, be ruthless fight for every ball, maybe just maybe something good might happen, if not , at least you’ve gone down fighting.
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When I watched Spurs lose to Man United, Spurs reminded me all the world like Fulham. We, like Spurs have taken the lead in so many games, and then start playing crab football, sideways, and often back towards our own goal, and Spurs are a blueprint of that, going on to lose again. They couldn't even hold a lead against a poor Newcastle last weekend. Isn't it strange how Scott Parker came from Spurs, playing the same type of football. Is that just a coincidence, or is that where he learned Parkerball ?
posted by A C (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 8:18 PM
 
Good luck with that JRD, they should have been doing that for the last six games then we wouldn't be in this position.
posted by Fred (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 6:00 AM
 
Should have been doing it for the last 32 games !
posted by Kermit (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 9:36 AM
 
We win four of our six games we will stay up which is not as hard as our great escape season. Come on Fulham, despite my deep depression over the last three games, I still believe.
posted by The Time Is Now - Monday 12th April 2021, 10:34 AM
 
"We win four of our six games we will stay up which is not as hard as our great escape season. Come on Fulham, despite my deep depression over the last three games, I still believe." Which 4 games?
posted by RelegationParty - Monday 12th April 2021, 5:33 PM
 
 
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Aitor Karanka Alex Dyer Alex McLeish André Villas-Boas Billy Davies Bruno Labbadia Bruno Lage Chris Coleman Chris Wilder David Hopkin David Wagner Dean Holden Derek McInnes Eddie Howe Ernesto Valverde Frank Lampard Gary Caldwell Garry Monk Graham Westley Gus Poyet Harry Kewell Ian Holloway Jason Tindall Jim McIntyre John McGreal Jürgen Klinsmann Kenny Jackett Leonardo Jardim Lucien Favre Luciano Spalletti Marco Silva Mark Cooper Mark Hughes Martin Allen Massimiliano Allegri Maurizio Sarri Micky Adams Neal Ardley Neil Harris Neil Lennon Nigel Worthington Oscar Garcia Patrick Viera Paul Clement Paul Dickov Paul Lambert Paul Peschisolido Peter Bosz Phil Brown Phil Parkinson Phillip Cocu Philippe Montanier Quique Sánchez Flores Quique Setién Rafa Benitez Richard Money Richie Wellens Robert Di Matteo Ronnie Moore Sean O’Driscoll Sol Campbell Steven Pressley Stuart Kettlewell Stuart McCall Sylvinho Tony Pulis Vincenzo Montella Vladimir Ivic Walter Mazzarri
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Newcastle won today and improving as a team. So too little and too late. We’d to win at least 4 of the last 6 games. Impossible! If Newcastle had lost today I’d give Sarri a two million pound bonus to keep us! Sarri is probably only manager can make an immediate impact. But too late now..
posted by John (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 6:56 PM
 
The only names that look appealing Lampard and Klinnsman,in the real world would either be interested
posted by Chief (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 8:45 PM
 
Imagine frank lampard as the new head coach with john terry as his assistant. #worst nightmare
posted by Bobby Z (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 9:14 PM
 
Exactly, look at that long list, would keep Parker over that lot.
posted by Nosey Parker (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 11:24 PM
 
MST, where are you, I would love to know what you think of the situation at Fulham at the moment.
posted by LTS (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 11:25 PM
 
A long list of failures.
posted by The Time Is Now - Monday 12th April 2021, 7:03 AM
 
Scotty Parker will remain at Fulham while Tony Khan runs the show. Scotty is the "yes man "he needs. No self respecting manager would tolerate Tony's incompetence like Scotty. So, TK=SP=a continued yo yo between EPL and Championship. IF we are lucky that is! I remember the early 60's when we went straight down to the old Division 3,and soon after came so close to losing our league status altogether! I am indeed depressed by it all.
posted by Aussie Mal (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 8:27 AM
 
Season 1968-69 we got relegated to division 3 , season 1995-96 , at one point , we were close to bottom of division 3 !
posted by Black and white minstrel (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 9:46 AM
 
All these out of work managers but none of them would accept the post of No2 to Tony Khan which is what Parker is.
posted by NRL (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 2:03 PM
 
Big list of failures there With one or two ecxepitons lampard not one of them waste of space as his time at derby proved
posted by Len (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 3:08 PM
 
Tony Khan buys and sells players in accordance with the managers needs limited by the budget. He in no way interferes with the work of the manager whose prime function is to get the best out of the players he has. This squad has shown a various time this season it is good enough to stay in this division or do better than that. In my view the players have never been consistent in their level of performance and that is why were are where we are. That may be the managers fault but I believe it is mainly the players who have let us down.
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We get rid of SP then what, know decent manager would work with the khans with little khan picking the players. I think we are stuffed as long as the khans own the club
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R do you know a multi billionaire who would buy or could it be you
posted by Kunye (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 3:43 PM
 
Clown
posted by R (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 3:54 PM
 
Kunye- There are other wealthy owners of football-clubs who don't put the running of their club into the hands of their idiot-son.There were will come a glorious day when the Khans will depart and we will get another Al-Fayed.In other words somebody who knows how to run a football-club.
posted by GEZZA (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 3:55 PM
 
But do you know any decent manager who would work under TK Kunye? Who cares how rich he is. FFP doesn’t let him spend it anyways. Two teams, two continents, two of the worst run sports franchises on the planet. You can’t see that?
posted by Californian - Sunday 11th April 2021, 3:57 PM
 
Ok get rid of Parker, who are you going to replace him with? Very disappointing season only 5 wins not good enough to stay up I agree but until you come up with a better replacement Parker the way forward.
posted by Chief (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 4:31 PM
 
One thing I won't miss next season is VAR, although there is a rumour that it might cover the Championship next season. ?
posted by A C (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 5:11 PM
 
Well the var has saved us for numerous times this season so i quite like the var
posted by Bobby Z (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 6:24 PM
 
Bobby Z, you are right, as even last Friday Wolves were robbed by a perfectly good goal against us. Don't get me wrong I was pleased at the time, but on reflection, and too be fair, if it had happened to us, we would have been spitting feathers.
posted by Alan B (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 8:21 PM
 
 
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Good thing this season is over, no more miserable weekends.
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It will remain miserable until Parker goes
posted by Alan (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 3:29 PM
 
Alan, if Parker goes who do you want to replace him?
posted by Nosey Parker (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 3:34 PM
 
If we could get 9 points from our remaining matches we could still escape.
posted by The Time Is Now - Sunday 11th April 2021, 3:40 PM
 
Tony likes multitasking why doesn't he take on the role as coach and add another string to his bow.
posted by mwk (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 3:55 PM
 
He’d make a good ball boy. Maybe plunk a few in the dome like that Ajax kid. Mind you he’d probably miss and end up concussing one of ours
posted by Californian - Sunday 11th April 2021, 4:49 PM
 
Howe . Nosey do you think Parker has been a good manager ? Are you impressed with 5 wins all season and with the lack of resolve and fight shown by the players , listening to Parker’s interviews he is . The man is deluded if he thinks the players have given everything .
posted by Alan (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 5:39 PM
 
Look at United how much they won from losing positions. Look at our stats and their stats in regards to amount of points from losing positions. We have no winning mentality and we play with no real desire
posted by Bobby Z (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 6:30 PM
 
Alan, Howe got Bournemouth relegated. Parker has shown himself to be a good coach, we have just fallen short over these last three crucial games. He is a young coach and in his first full season got us promoted, many clubs have failed to do to get out of the Championship. Parker will have gained so much from this season and must be a better coach as a result.
posted by Nosey Parker (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 11:19 PM
 
Nosey , Parker is not a good coach , have you seen how bad we have been in the last four games when it really matters . Tippy tappy sideways football played at a snails pace with no penetration and Loftus Cheek producing nothing then getting taken off to a welcoming cuddle by the manager
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As much as it hurts me to say both Burnley and Newcastle played as they wanted to win not happy with a draw. Very little back or side to side passing unlike Fulham. Goals win games not clean sheets. Parker's team reminds me of when Bracewell was manager. draw draw draw. When teams like Fulham play out from the back the opposition have plenty of time to get organised. Man City do the same but quicker and the big difference they have skilled players that have the ability to beat the opposition defence. Even they slip up when a team attacks them directly with pace............... Look on the bright side Knockheart, Kamara Seri, Betinelli, Sessegnonn Johansen, Christie, Marchand, Kebano and Abraham plus Ream, Hector etc. will be back next year. With such a wealth of talent we will be back. Tony Khan has wasted so much money on buying players not fit for purchase and then tries to build a team with LOAN players. Tony Khan has set a good example to other clubs on how not to run a football club.
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Think you’re basically right Fulham Boy. Would you seriously expect any better from a team of loanees. Whilst I’m sure they played to the best of their ability loanees don’t go that extra yard for their club, simply because it isn’t. Love Parker or loath him he had a bum deal and was dealt a losing hand by TK from day one. Knowing very late where we’d be playing and scrabbling for loan players in the hope of creating a team was never going to work. Feel sorry for SP under the circumstances he hasn’t done so badly, he did get them playing some decent football in patches but it just wasn’t sustainable. As the old sages amongst us will know consistency is everything. In the end we lacked quality and flair. We had no match winners, Just journey men with no deep seated loyalty or love for the club. We have the nucleus of a good Championship team, get our loanees back, maybe, just maybe keep a couple of the loanees currently with us, plus a couple of real good flair new signings(fingers crossed) and we could set ourselves up just as Wolves have proved is possible. If you’ve supported FFC like quite a few of us for 60/70 years it’s just a blip, good times are just around the corner. COYWs.
posted by Mortlake (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 3:12 PM
 
Been saying that for the last three years about agency players. No long term thought all short term. You get what you pay for. And we will do it again next season a get no where again.
posted by geezer (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 3:16 PM
 
Loan players should be sent back to their clubs immediately and play the season out with what’s left give us all a good idea what to look forward to in the Championship ...could be ugly
posted by Fulham supporter (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 3:33 PM
 
Agree Fulham plus with what kids are left we might be surprise with them
posted by geezer (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 3:35 PM
 
The time we had available to buy a team was so limited we had to use the loan route. If you employ a builder to improve your house you need to manage him well to see you can get the best out of him. If your have carefully chosen him, see work he has done before, make sure you have a good contract and that he does not have to many balls in the air at the same time you should get a good result.
posted by The Time Is Now - Sunday 11th April 2021, 3:38 PM
 
Agree get rid of the loanees pus the slug and bring in some youth, but to do that Parker has to go.
posted by Kunye (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 3:46 PM
 
You know someone dumb enough to manage under Tony Khan? Or could it be you then........... Just playing around Kunye. Would love another academy report soon. Always enjoy those. Not that the Khans have good track record of providing a pathway from the academy to the first team. But we continue to dream.
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Our club was promoted last season, despite having played some pretty dreadful football. We started the season without a hope in hell, and went on to create a real chance of staying up. Yes, we’ve failed, but look what’s been achieved. The club has made a shed load of money, and a new stand will soon be ready,,and we won’t be bankrupted by it.. Next year we will be competing with teams broken by the pandemic, and will be in a great place to start our fight back. We will come back stronger. Keep the faith
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Can you give me the name of your therapist and what drugs your on.
posted by Fulham Boy (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 2:46 PM
 
Why exactly; please clarify?
posted by Rm (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 2:54 PM
 
clarifly what.. have you no pride. are you really looking forward to playing wycombe and going to the bush.im ashamed to admit im a fulham fan after 55 years
posted by jimjo (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 3:15 PM
 
No pride? We will be back in the Premiership straight away
posted by Rm (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 3:22 PM
 
Jimjo how can you say RM has no pride then you say your ashamed to be a fan for 55 yrs, And Wycombe are down. And we are s##t.
posted by geezer (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 3:33 PM
 
Thanks geezer....I was only trying to be positive; I genuinely believe we are in a far better place than the last time we went down
posted by Rm (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 3:38 PM
 
Like the positivity RM. Know you want the best for the club. But the lack of spending in January when we were making a push portends to some serious behind the scenes financial issues don’t you think? Hope you’re right RM but I don’t think we’re in a better place this time around
posted by Californian - Sunday 11th April 2021, 4:46 PM
 
I've sat in the cottage far too many times listening to the likes of Jimbo. Why do you come if you're ashamed to be a Fulham fan? And why has it taken you 55 years to realise? I've been going more than 55 years and I will always love and support my team. It's inbred in me. Born in Fulham Park Gardens
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We have blown it so many times snd simply not good enough with the squad, no mental state to win a game and a really inexperienced manager. Add the clown Tony Khan and this was inevitable. So just remember Knockhart did not feature when coming up , we then buy him for £10m and loan him out to Notts Forest. THAT IS WHERE ALL OUR RECRUITMENT WENT TOTALLY. .DOWNHILL.. Feel really sad and anyone who says we still have a chance, please no more. Back to the yo yo game which Khan loves for ego.
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A season full of false hopes, were shattered completely after six games, when we only picked up one point, and that was against Sheff Untd, who will join us next season. The trouble was from the start, that the words Fulham and winning, was hardly ever been able to be put into one sentence. and to only score 9 goals at home with two games to go, is an utter disgrace, in whatever division you are it. This should never, ever happen again in Fulham's history. I will expect to exceed that total after about 4 games next season. For once I almost feel ashamed to be called a Fulham supporter, but I will get over it in time for next season I suppose.
posted by Alan B (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 2:56 PM
 
Mitro is not the answer as he misses as many good chances as the rest of them.
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Last nail on our coffin I think!? Sad!
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Well done Tony Khan.
posted by mwk (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 1:30 PM
 
Bye Premier it’s been fun while it lasted !!!
posted by Jon (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 1:49 PM
 
That little pr-t khan must GO
posted by khan (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 1:49 PM
 
So Newcastle did what was needed . Hats off to them, pity we didn’t turn up when it was most needed !
posted by Jon (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 1:59 PM
 
I can't see Newcastle getting another point this season. Regrettably neither will FFC. I now have to forecast that WBA will overtake us. Parker has to go.
posted by willie2B (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 2:16 PM
 
It breaks my heart to see our club ruined by such I inept management. Please Daddy Khan,sell the club now and find another toy for your son. We all love our kids but,mate there is a limit.
posted by Aussie Mal (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 2:27 PM
 
I am not going to blame anybody. We tried but we have a soft belly. No local boys in side with spirit apart from one, maybe two! Looking forward now to enjoying my football again against poor opposition that we can beat!
posted by Tony R (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 2:38 PM
 
BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR YOU MIGHT GET IT !!!!!
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Sunday 11th April 2021, 1:18 PM



 
Marinner first. This guy always favours the big six teams. Against Leeds, 3 minutes added at 90. No stoppage yet Marriner allowed over 6 minutes. FFC v Liverpool denied us a penalty. Regarding PFB I see Burnley v Newcastle and both teams move the ball a lot quicker than FFC do. ^ Points available in 2 games. My forecast is FFC zero points. Hope I'm wrong but either way Parker has to go.
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Newcastle 2-1 up, so it's farewell for Fulham to the Premier League for another season, at least we will now know what our fate is for from now on, and quite frankly it's no more than we deserve.
posted by A C (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 1:28 PM
 
As it stands right now ,were are down. It doesn't matter which ref is in charge, this Fulham team will not make up 6 points with six games to play.
posted by mwk (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 1:28 PM
 
Its all over we have a team with no spirit and a clueless coach with no experienced. Keep on trying to play fancy football while we are18th in the table
posted by Bobby Z (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 1:31 PM
 
It used to be called getting stuck in, having a go and giving your all, none of which Parker knows. Every team we play seems to be fitter than us. Sad but Parker had chances of getting out of the bottom three and played the same tactics in those games and we performed terribly. Scott must go and a new Manager employed before next season
posted by DenFFC (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 1:37 PM
 
Many on here are screaming for a new manager. But Who will fancy it as things stand ?
posted by Jon (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 1:52 PM
 
That's it then, and who really thought that a few weeks ago, that we would already be relegated with 6 games to go, but it doesn't matter now how many times Parker will say that we will go all out for wins, we all know that he is talking absolute crap, and I will be surprised now if we don't fold completely, and we will not win another game this season. The Championship will bring a blessed relief, as then we can really look forward to winning games regularly once again. Whether we get shot of Parker or not, we should still have a team capable of winning the league, and not messing about in a Wembley play off once again.
posted by Malden Mick (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 2:05 PM
 
I wish I had your optimism M.Mick, but I don't think the current bunch of Tony's misfits will cut it the Championship under Parker. Tony's overspend last time around puts any decent recruitment during the summer at risk. All we can hope for is that daddy Khan takes matters in hand and banish his son from the Club, but there's little chance of that.
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who cares about em
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I do, and we are back on track, how about FFC got it together yet "parker seems to think so".
posted by Buzzi B (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 7:22 PM
 
Back on track for the play offs , and we all know what happens then , choke time .
posted by H (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 7:40 PM
 
I'll be celebrating today's win in the beer garden(out the back by the bins) of the Pink Pussycat with all the other candy stripe luvvies. The Campari's will be in me.
posted by Buzzi B (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 8:11 PM
 
Oops. Meant on me. Giggles ;)
posted by Buzzi B (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 8:12 PM
 
Oops, meant queer garden . Tee hee.
posted by Buzzi B (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 8:28 PM
 
You are awful, but I like you.
posted by Paddy O'Doors (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 11:45 PM
 
Buzz is back little bees are winning again !!!!!cmon buzz man up take your stick like us when we lose !!!!!!
posted by Len (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 3:19 PM
 
 
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It’s time to bring in Rafa Benitez whatever it takes and give him a manager role so he can purchase the players he wants. I rather be in the championship with rafa than staying up with scott
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Bobby' Rafa will require a big money budget before he even signs a Fulham contract. Can you see the Khans calling out for Rafa? No chance, the Khans don't want any manager in with budget ideas because they will need to spend and that is not an option right now at this moment in time. Parker will do us nicely thank you and chuck back to us all our loanees out there and all our other players still hanging in there in the hope of getting games. I might be wrong and the Khans might be more ambitious than we thought? I don't think they are looking for a change any time soon and we will soon know if they do or not...
posted by OWEN (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 3:50 PM
 
I have just been reading that Middlesbrough may not sign Betts at the seasons close, statement says they are looking at other keepers. Could not believe that he is on 35k per week ,and he as not our first choice
posted by Kunye (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 4:52 PM
 
Do hope Roy decides to resign gracefully before Crystal Palace give him his p45 . A really nice man who has given a lot to football - us especially!
posted by Jon (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 6:08 PM
 
After Raineri I don’t think so,don’t need another jolly foreigner on the gravy train
posted by Chief (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 9:49 PM
 
The Cowley brothers?
posted by Paddy O'Doors (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 11:50 PM
 
Parkers useless bring back Magath
posted by Riverside (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 11:53 PM
 
No more washed up old men. It is to late now anyway, Parker gets us out or not.
posted by The Time Is Now - Sunday 11th April 2021, 9:07 AM
 
 
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West Brom have two games in hand over us, if they win both games they will overtake us, they might yet overtake Newcastle. Who was saying they did not want Big Sam at our club.
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They won’t overtake Newcastle
posted by Rm (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 3:36 PM
 
I reckon we will end up 19th. Don’t bet against Big Sam.
posted by ScottP (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 3:59 PM
 
With 10 games to go, sitting on 26 points. I foolishly thought we would beat our last feeble tally of 26 points achieved in that relegation season. With 6 games remaining, now I'm not so sure.
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Saturday 10th April 2021, 3:03 PM



 
OK I agree that other teams play from the back BUT. Just watched Man C v Leeds. They do PFB but they move fast and only rarely did I see a short forward pass returned and forwarded again - a delightful play between 2 players. Not much side to side either. I did not notice any balls up field that bounced off the receiving player into space. At FFC that leads to about 50% of forward passes being lost i.e FFC players cannot control the ball. Finally PFB they move forward as a team and FAST. I don't believe Parker watches these games and learns much! Please go.
 
 
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Scot Parker is soon to join a very exclusive club as a manager that has been relegated twice by the same club. What a difference a manager and a club that understand football can make. Roy Hodgson took over Crystal Palace when thay were firm favourites for relegation. Wolves, Aston Villa, Leeds all have progressed with good managers. WBA under Allerdyce if they manage to win the games they have over they will go above us( who would have thought that possible a couple of months ago) Fulham had a brief spell when they started to move the ball quickly and started to win, now they seem to have the attitude keep passing the ball and try not to lose rather than to try and win. Finally what signs are there under Parker that he is developing young players for the future. In the 70 years I have been watching we have always seen a young player come through. All Parker seems to do is keep shuffling the pack and hoping for a better hand.
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That is not fair, the stats may say that but first time was already set before Scott took over. However, last season was, although we went up, the most awful I have ever seen us play, not worth paying money to watch.
posted by Baz (Moderator) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 3:22 PM
 
I do agree with you though.
posted by Baz (Moderator) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 3:24 PM
 
To be fair he also took us to the prem !!!
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Not quite. We've spent most of our history in the lower leagues and if we go down so be it. We could be back at the Cottage next season. What other supporters get to watch football in such aesthetically pleasing surroundings? A pleasant stroll up from Hammersmith after indulging in a few liviners in one of the pleasant pubs along the river or come the other way from Putney Bridge through the cloistered greenery that is Bishops Park. I've seen Chester City take us apart 4-1, listened as Bristol City chanted ' you're going down with the Rovers', been battered by the Border City firm on Munster Road and then there's that f*cking Michael Jackson statue. We'be come through it. We're a family and we still believe.
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One of my pleasures in life is, as you say, walking to Craven Cottage and to take in all in, every single time is special to me. However, if they play the way they did in the last Championship season I will not go as the passing in our own half for no reason drove me insane. It is always worth a shot although of course you lose possession. Who remembers Clints goal against England at the South Africa world cup. It is always, I'll say again, always worth a shot.
posted by Baz (Moderator) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 3:31 PM
 
We’ve never lost to Chester 4-1
posted by Dan (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 3:36 PM
 
You're right. It was 5-0. Happy days .
posted by Paddy O'Doors (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 4:13 PM
 
I was there , also up at Chester when we lost 7-0 !
posted by Dan (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 5:03 PM
 
When with the missus, bring a lunch and a blanket from Putney Bridge. With the mates, attack the Cottage from the Hammy side. It really is a wonderfully unique ground. As good an experience in any sport anywhere in the world. A great day out no matter the result
posted by Californian - Saturday 10th April 2021, 5:35 PM
 
Better still. Someone else's Mrs.
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I don’t know if a young manager like Parker really can influence the squad. I think he has more of a friend relationship instead of manager player relationship with the players
 
 
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So we all knew that would happen,so its hallo to the championship again , twice in 4 seasons we have been the dregs or the prem bottom three all season ,first time a chocolate teapot defence caused most of problems now having cleaned that up we have a mid/f who create nothing, cant score and a strike force who are just useless.Norwich went down and kept most of quad, they will go up for sure ,however they will come back down again but lot richer which is what i think we will do, i will bet on them coming straight back up.Also i think we e\should delve into the lower div for some talent that is up for it ,we will be depleted after loanees go so start looking now.Will Parker be here? we need new face new ideas ,cant go on making dopey excuses after every game and boring the arse of every one ,why parker is raved about not sure , bottom 3 all season so whats so bloody brilliant about that . coyw give us a good season come august.No more the grouts at the bottom of the cup.
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we,re up and down like a whores drawers
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just heard on talk sport that parker is earmarked for palace , so not all bad news at the moment ,, i can hear all the cars starting up 2 drive him there
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parker or roy ,, parker or roy ,, ha, ha, ha, good joke
posted by eric,m (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 12:40 PM
 
Parker will be staying at Fulham
posted by Nosey Parker (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 1:06 PM
 
You might be confusing SP for Sean Dyche.
posted by Simon (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 1:17 PM
 
Its no secret that both Roy and SP are great admirers of each other, and if he did go to CP I could see him staying on for a couple of seasons as some kind of advisor/mentor.
posted by Kunye (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 1:35 PM
 
Eddie howe up for palace job so the sun recons, they know everything so there .
posted by the real arch bishop (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 2:01 PM
 
Never believe what talk —t say there clueless outside top 4 !!!!
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If Newcastle lose tomorrow, as long as we can match their results and gain one win (f@&k knows where that will come from But that’s another question) more than them until the last game, we still have a chance. On paper we have a decent/ok team and we have proved that but if just isn’t working . What we need is a SHOCK to the system and to turn things around with 6 games to go. Khan needs to make a decision today. If they want Parker for next season. Keep him. Otherwise, bring in a new manager for the last six games. If we want a slim chance of staying up, the team needs a big shock. I can’t see Parker doing that in the short term. So make a decision now.
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Norwich kept Nigel Farke and it looks like it will pay off. We have gone down this road before with Slavisa who i now think we should have stuck with. The Khans don't seem ambitious or adventurous enough to go there with a Benitez can you imagine him at Fulham? It is all about spending money and budget management and i think most managers will be put off by the Khans reluctance to spend another 100 mill. So we have Scott Parker and i think we will stick with Scott Parker...
posted by OWEN (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 10:40 AM
 
What do you people want. We are in the Prem have £190 m in the bank. Now some people are saying IF we say up it will all be ok. WHAT??????
posted by paul (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 11:28 AM
 
if I was a blackbird i would feathers on my ass. .About sums up our chances
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It's time the khans sell the club, since they brought the club it's been a total disaster, all the good work AF did has gone and as for the boy well what the hell does he know about football, and don't tell me we have a new stand just right for League 2
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R the Khans may not have the best football knowledge but they have without doubt put a lot of money into our club. R who do you think would have made that much effort owners like DERBY SUNDERLAND Bolton have .Be careful what you wish for because we to could be added to the aforementioned list.
posted by Kunye (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 10:44 AM
 
Kunye-I take your point about Shahid Khan putting money into the club and how we are better off then Sunderland for example.However about comparing us to Aston Villa or Wolves ? Look at how they have become established Premier league clubs while under Tony Khan's dreadful mismanagement we are almost certain to be relegated yet again.There is absolutely no point in Khan senior allowing his useless son to waste millions on inadequate players,while always ( and I do mean ALWAYS ) making hopelessly late signings in transfer windows thus making the job of any Fulham manager far harder then it should be.It has now got to the point where I am totally pessimistic about our club's future while Shahid Khan indulges in this appalling nepotism.
posted by GEZZA (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 11:54 AM
 
We have an excellent owner of our club
posted by Nosey Parker (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 1:08 PM
 
Nosey Parker- an owner who allows his overwhelmingly incompetent,complacent son to treat our club as a toy. The word 'excellent' is not one I would use.
posted by GEZZA (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 2:35 PM
 
Since Khan bought the Jags, 39 wins. Next worst the Browns with 44 then the Jets with 51. He is an absolute incompetent sports franchise owner over two teams,two leagues, two sports and two continents. For those who don’t know the NFL, when so poor, you get the top pick in the amateur draft every year and you get the easiest possible schedule the next year. To be perennially pathetic every year in that league is quite a feat. Not a surprise whatsoever what we’re having to deal with.
posted by Californian - Saturday 10th April 2021, 5:29 PM
 
Gezza ....the owner’s son who has won us two promotions from a challenging league, Forest, Derby, Sunderland to name but a few would love that. And, an owner that has invested considerably into the infrastructure of the club including a new training centre at Motspur Park and we will have the nicest stadium in the UK, he is an excellent owner, and we are fortunate to have him at the helm.
posted by Nosey Parker (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 11:07 PM
 
Nosey Parker....The owner's son,who with the most appalling incompetence I have ever witnessed at Fulham, has 'earned' us two relegations.Why say we are better off than Derby and Forest ? We'll all be in the same league next season!As for praising the Khans because we are in a better position than Sunderland....come on,are your expectations really that low ?
posted by GEZZA (Guest) - Sunday 11th April 2021, 12:09 AM
 
Well enjoy your stadium tour NP. Maybe a picnic with the fam at Motspur. We’re a lot closer to Sunderland than you think. As soon as COVID leniency is done, transfer bans and point deductions await, mark my words.
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I have sussed it the Parker fan club are ALL CHELSEA SUPPORTERS.
posted by Cottager (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 10:12 AM
 
I see that Parker in his post match interview is still regurgitating his old speeches.
posted by Kunye (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 10:46 AM
 
The manager has got to go on hoping but I can't. He says we had twice as many chances as Wolves, true but we never looked like scoring. Lots of long balls to Mitro, but we never looked like scoring. Lot of passing from the back and quite a lot of good progressive play, but we never looked like scoring. Have we gone backwards as a team or have we been found out by all the other teams. Even if Newcastle lose tomorrow I cannot see us winning any of our remaining games. Scott Parker was understandably gutted with the late suckerpunch that defeated Fulham on Friday night. The players were visibly distraught after Adama Traore’s stoppage time winner for Wolverhampton Wanderers, but when asked if it would be hard to bounce back, our Head Coach remained defiant. “It’s a tough one to take. It’s not going to be a tough one to bounce back from,” he insisted. “It’s a painful one tonight and you obviously see that in the scenes at the end of the game, in terms of this team, how desperate this team are to be successful. “I asked the team to show fight, to show desire, to leave everything on that pitch tonight, and to a man – and I include the boys who were on the side – we did that. That’s the cruel side of football sometimes. Terence Kongolo and Antonee Robinson are devastated at full-time “I’m older than these players, I’ve not just experienced painful things in football, I’ve experienced them in life as well. What’s going to be the deciding factor when you get put to the canvas, the real character of someone is to get back up, and we’re going to have to do that. “We’ve done that for large parts of this year. When the chips are down and we’ve been put down, we get back up and we fight and we carry on doing that. The narrative will be that this was a must-win game, of course it was, but next week’s going to be a must-win game as well. “We’ve put ourselves in this position, with a real fighting chance, because of what you’ve seen at the end of the game, a team and a group of players that are desperate, that care passionately about us being successful this year, and with that spirit and with that desire, you’ve always got a chance. “You’ve always got a chance. And that will be our mantra, and we will continue. Scott Parker reacts to Wolves' late winner “It’s painful, we’re hurt, disappointed tonight, but as always when this happens, you get your guard up and you come out swinging. And that’s what we’ll do.” Fulham had twice as many attempts on goal as Wolves in what proved to be a frustrating encounter. “I thought we did everything,” Parker said. “[They’re an] organised team, limited them to very few chances, and the longer the game goes on, we commit more men, we want to win the game, and a ball that drops either side doesn’t quite fall for us. “And then the game’s decided in the last minute when their boy has gone through at a tight angle and smashed one straight through. “That’s painful, of course, but my team did everything in their powers tonight to try and nullify Wolves who’ve got talented players, which we did, and on the flip side of that they tried their hardest to win the game.”
posted by The Time Is Now - Saturday 10th April 2021, 12:31 PM
 
Bottom line we just haven’t been good enough this season, just have to learn from this and bounce back. But going forward we must learn from mistakes and not become a yo-yo club
posted by Nosey Parker (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 1:11 PM
 
What club do the Khan marching and chowder society support?
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Adama Traore gets his goal at the 20th or whatever attempt and this is football and it is what it is. Put Traore in a Fulham team for a minute and you can just imagine what abuse and funky name-calling this guy would get on his twitter and whatever. 20 odd games and 1 goal? We have a footballer within our home that gets constant abuse for even trying and you guys can guess who? I wonder how or what abuse the Wolves fans give Traore week in and week out, that would be interesting to know? I really don't get it with Loftus Cheek. Parker made a balls-up by taking this guy off and Aina then we switch off and fall apart in the last minute and it hurt like crazy folks! Before i get lots of name calling to me now, let me elaborate further. Loftus Cheek missed a sitter of a goal i get that and yes, Loftus' head the blinking ball on target' just past the post sums it all up! If only Mitrovic had that chance some will say, he would have nailed it? This is our problem now in this Fulham team. We have tried Mitrovic and still trying him and all the others are on the pitch who are capable and should be delivering goals now and again. The inexperience and impatient Scott Parker did the wrong substitutions in this game in my opinion. Loftus missed a sitter, 'ok' thankfully he is getting into positions that all strikers can only dream about, but you know what? I would have been happy to keep him on and perhaps another experienced manager would have done the same. To take Mitro off for Maja would have been the right call because Mitro wasn't quite on it in this game period! Maybe we should have persevered with Jokanovic who everyone thinks is one-dimensional? Slavisa is gaining vast experience in quatar and he is on monster money. Sheff Utd would be lucky to get him in my opinion. If we are to go with Scott Parker going down in the Championship, i would say' we made our bed and we lay in it now. Why will the Khans sack Parker now nd why should they? Parker is a rookie manager and half don't like him, but we got him. I have supported him over-all and it is what it is now. I just wonder though if keeping Slavisa and making Parker work under him would have been a better option? It worked for Norwich by not sacking their manager and it looks like it will pay off for them. Fulham and fans have been too impatient all over and whatever. If we go down and it looks like it more than ever, get ready for the fire-sale. Andersen and co will be gone and that even that useless Loftus Cheek will be wanted by someone with more know-how about this game of football...
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P.S and i wanted to say' welcome back Kamara and co, because they are all we got after the other lot go. The Khans seem happy to run this club the way how it is, and there is nothing we can do about it...
posted by OWEN (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 9:42 AM
 
Another load of waffle and old s..t from OWEN
posted by Old Un (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 10:04 AM
 
It might be old s..t, but the new s..t and any other s..t ain't working. What other s..t do you suggest old un???
posted by OWEN (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 10:44 AM
 
OWEN stop trying to be a Tolstoy and making all your posting like war & peace, brief and concise would be much more interesting to read
posted by Old Un (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 12:47 PM
 
With regret rlc will not make it big time unless he bucks his ideas up !!!
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After the liverpool game our players got a bit carried away thinking it’s an easy task to stay in the league and Parker could have prevented this. Now it’s too late. Our squad is too long and mentally not strong enough. We haven’t won a single game when we were down says enough about our squad. Also sloppy mistakes. Like the pk from lookman against west ham. Mitro pk miss against Sheffield. Everton pk miss from cav. 2-2 draw against wba. Really I’m starting to dislike our squad even more than the 18/19 squad.
 
 
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Failure to win against Villa and Wolves, both without key players and nothing to play for, is indicative of just how poor we are. Furthermore, the fact that there is zero discussion about Parker’s future is also indicative of the total lack of ambition at the Club. The mood among the players cant be great, as we now look to slip out of this league without a whimper. It would be good to hear from Khan
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Khan yes but not Tony Khan
posted by Jim (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 8:44 AM
 
Parker is fantastic. We were never ready to be promoted. We lost first 6 or so and he turned team around with loan players. Amazing feat. We have run out of energy and luck and Mitro has been poor. Scott will stay and those who want instant success and sacking should go to Chelsea where the fans have no connection to the club. Scottie to stay and we have a great season in the championship which is a real competition. Prem league is TV. Asia bore
posted by Phil (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 8:45 AM
 
Some people are already living in fantasy land. Almost all the loan players will jump ship when we are relagated and what we are left with will not mount any sort of promotion challenge in the Championship. Be lucky to be mid table unless we get some better players in for next season.
posted by Morph (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 8:55 AM
 
Sorry mate but Parker is Clueless. He has turned nothing much around with us winning 5 games all season and losing the last four when we desperately needed goals and points. We never seem to have a shot on goal in the first half of any match and he changes nothing leaving us playing the same negative football every week. How has Mitrovic become a bad player when he goes off and scores in International games against good sides yet Parker plays his same football week in week out which doesn't work. Our defence is better but we were never going to score enough goals to win matches. We hear the same post match conference every week and how proud he is of our players who will be off elsewhere next season rather than play in the championship. He tells us how they are going to work hard and try to produce better but they never do. As someone said, Villa and Wolves without star players are there for the taking but not by us.
posted by The Pope (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 9:23 AM
 
Phil what nonsense to suggest that Chelsea fans have no feeling for their club I know a few Chelsea supporters and they are just as passionate about their club as we are of ours. As for SP he is on a three year contract and I would expect him to see it through. Like us all I am gutted we appear to have blown a real chance of survival . We were always going to struggle in the Premier and it’s a great shame because I don’t believe will are good enough to come straight back up. There’s an old saying ‘ when the going gets tough the tough get going’ that would appear to sum us up ‘ mentally we are not tough enough
posted by Jon (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 9:50 AM
 
John, like the other members of the parker fan club you seem to be totally hypnotised by this incompetent, should he remain we will be middle table next season.
posted by Cottager (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 10:08 AM
 
sort of with you Phil if Fulham did or would of stayed up everyone would be kissing Parkers a--- be careful who you wish for we are only looking for a manager to keep us in the prem that's all because with the other 10 clubs around that bottom,they will never win anything and it becomes boring its all money money look at the Wolves striker on the bench did he cost 30 mill ?yawwwwnnning now
posted by worple (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 1:07 PM
 
Do you expect ffc to contact you about internal affairs at club !!!
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Parker just hasn’t been able to get the balance right between being secure defensively and remain an attacking threat. The club should have realised that Mitrovic is not good enough at this level nor was AK. It was unwise to place our whole goal scoring on Mitrovic’s shoulders at the start of the season and that has been our main undoing. It is with no hindsight we say this as many on this board stated before the season started that we needed another striker.
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Yep we could do with another striker but to support Mitro who is one of the few decent players we have. You don’t score 26 goals in the Championship and take the Club up without having something about you! He also was top scorer in a hopeless side during our last Premiership sojourn. The question is why hasn’t SP managed to utilise Mitros ability? Bottom line is with one or two exceptions - Mitro being one of them - we have no quality and a team of average Championship players
posted by Morph (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 8:17 AM
 
I wasn't completely surprised by Parkers after match interview, as it was the sort of interview I was expecting, which was utter nonsense. How could he say that he was proud of the team, and they way they fought until the end. What match was he watching. We did not fight until the end, and we rolled over to a team that will probably be in the relegation zone themselves next season. Why didn't he just say, that we played really badly, and we were so lucky not to be a goal down in the first half, with that joke VAR taking away a perfectly good goal from Wolves. No Scott, you should try to be honest with our fans and yourself, and admit that both you and the team are out of our depth in this league. Newcastle, Burnley, Brighton, Palace and Southampton, are also out of their depth, in the Premier League, but they seem to muster enough points to survive, and I might add, that we have not beaten any of these sides. I rest my case.
posted by Brian Jarvis (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 8:41 AM
 
I honestly don't believe this is Parker's team, I'm convinced he's under instructions to keep picking the players on loan who will be happy to leave the sinking ship.
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Yes we all know things haven’t been good enough this season but the ride along the way has been interesting, always nail biting and occasionally fun. The Board and Parker have made mistakes, Parker will be a much better coach from this experience and we must stick with him. We have a first class owner for so many reasons. And, looking to life back in the Championship next season we have the framework of an excellent team, Rodak, Robinson, Bryan, Kongolo, Hector, Tosin, Christie, Odoi, Reed, Anguissa, Cairney, Cavaleiro, Mitrovic, D-R - and we might buy Maja be great to get Lemina. We will take another few loans and will make a few purchases. We all expect to bounce back immediately. Yes it has been a difficult season, we all knew it would be so what’s the surprise?
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Once you said ....great to get Lemina ..... at that moment I new you must be pissed....he’s hopeless
posted by Ffc (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 7:29 AM
 
Lemina and Reed would be the best centre midfield pairing in the Championship
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I don't mind losing a game of footbal, but is the way you lose. There is more to this than meets the eye, there must be. I just can't see why nobody at FFC seems to be bothered about what is happening to the club, players, Manager and son of Khan. Will alway stick with club, but this is heartbreaking to see.
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I have no idea what your point is?
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The Club is in terrible state , 5 loan players started last night's match and then Maja came on late another loan player and if Lookman had been fit no doubt he would have started making it 7 . The team is built on sand ! No home grown young players to step up the future looks bleak . I'm reluctant to say this but the time has come for SP and his team to call it quits and step down immediately before being pushed and allow some experienced manager/coach to come in with a view to building some sort of team that can compete in the Championship next season although I don't have much faith in the owners to pick the right replacement . There is no point in the fans picking a fight with the Khans the bottom line is they own the Club 'lock stock and barrel' although it would be in everyone's interest if they sold it but of course they would incur a huge loss on their investment .
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Yes, we get all understand mistakes have been made this season, which historically was caused by our last Premier league residency. Tony Khan foolishly believed the moronic media purporting the myth that we spent too much and changed the team too much which is why we got relegated. On both occasions the Championship team we got promoted with was not good enough and needed wholesale changes, last time we bought poorly this time we bought too late and only on loan.
posted by Nosey Parker (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 7:21 AM
 
We live in an era of players being loaned out every club outside of top ten probably has a couple
posted by Len (Guest) - Monday 12th April 2021, 3:38 PM
 
Playing devils advocate Khan could say since he’s been here we’ve had two promotions to the promised land plus cash that goes with it Plus parachute payments. Not been all bad !!spend a few quid on players though ( could have Saved a few quid there )
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Dear Mr Shadid Khan, I'm very happy that you have invested in my football club especially with the upgrading of our famous ground on the banks of the Thames. So far its been a fairground ride, up and down like a roller cosster. Maybe that's the way you like it? American sports dont tend to have promotion and relegation. But, as a lifelong fan, I have to tell you that the best day was getting to the premier League by beating Villa at Wembley...that was so good, then you let your boy loose, he went crazy signings expensive players keft right and centre and destroyed what Jokanovic built. Its been that way ever since. Pleae take Tony's hands off the rails and put a football man in charge who understands our passion for the game. You wouldnt put Pep Guardiola in charge of an nfl team so why let Wrestling fan Tony in charge at the cottage?
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100% agree. Great point.
posted by Jim (Guest) - Friday 09th April 2021, 10:42 PM
 
Excellent summary NRL.We have a generous,well-meaning owner who has sadly given the role of director of football to his useless,incompetent,ignorant son.Until Tony Khan relinquishes the DOF role to somebody who knows what they are doing this club is going nowhere !!!
posted by GEZZA (Guest) - Friday 09th April 2021, 10:52 PM
 
This was an excellent period of recruitment for Tony Khan in terms of defenders, defensive midfielders, and a keeper. But he didn’t clean house quickly enough. Needed a real football man to ask, “Where are the goals coming from?” ... and to see that Seri, SteJo, Abou, MLM, etc were NEVER going to contribute. RLC was a mistake. Cav, Bobby Reid, Lookman, Maja — none is PL quality. With TC hurt, there is no creativity in the team. Parker has no levers to pull really.
posted by Drago (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 1:47 AM
 
NRL supporting Fulham is a roller coaster, they have always gone up & down like a whores knickers in my 50 odd years as a supporter....I agree TK is not the man we need in the transfer market....But it could be worse (Sunderland, Bolton & Wigan to name a few)....We could surprise Arsenal & Chelsea & nick a few points....the fat lady is on stage but the song is not over.
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Tonight is a good example of poor planning by the scouts, the owner and the manager. Scouts and Manager unable to see what everyone else could..the lack of attacking options that are good enough for the Premier League. If the scouts and manager could see it then it is all down to a bad owner. Accepting that we will be relegated unless the teams around us are unable to field a team for the next 7 games. Loftus Cheek on loan will I hope not be still at FFC next season......Areola will want more than we can offer.....Anderson will not want to stay, why should he....Lookman another who will want better than FFC...Lemina might stay ....Aina will want better....Maja we have not seen enough of him. Brilliant management by the owner leaving us in a position of so many on loan players that we have to replace next season in the championship and start all over again. If the club had bought a couple of decent strikers it could have been so different. Watkins..Benrama...Ezza all were available yes they were not cheap but how much money will the club lose now by under investing.
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These guys are gone if we get relegated. Get used to the idea that we will have Kamara and co back...
posted by OWEN (Guest) - Friday 09th April 2021, 10:35 PM
 
If as you say Kamara will be back, then I for one won't be. I fully intend to renew my season ticket in the Championship, but definitely NOT, if Kamara returns, as they in Dragons Den. I'm out.
posted by Malden Mick (Guest) - Friday 09th April 2021, 11:21 PM
 
Malden Mick' i heard on the grapevine that Andersen's agent is touting him about to Man Utd and Andersen's old club has valued him at 25 million. The harsh reality is that all the loan players will be gone and we will re-call all our loanees if back in the championship. If we scrape survival, will our owners cough up 25 mill for Andersen and buy Lookman ect? We don't fully know the ambitions of our owners after the building of the new stand? Kamara is likened to a bull in a china shop and he comes with the princely price-tag of 5 mill. The Khans look the type to re-coup and use this situation to build Fulham on a shoe-string budget? Unless our owners show some more interest than a fleeting look over their shoulders...
posted by OWEN (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 2:15 AM
 
Even if we stayed up Andersen will be off to Spurs.
posted by Nosey Parker (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 6:58 AM
 
Is it a surprise. Whether we stay up or not l don’t think he would have stayed especially if spurs or Man U are sniffing around him.
posted by Hodds (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 7:24 AM
 
Would have thought building a new stand showed a lot of commitment they could easily have stalled and pulled out I was amazed they actually done it if you planned to by ground for flats strange way to do it khanns here for the duration fortunately !!
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Too much risk cost us dearly in this one, and we are one foot closer to the trapdoor. Parkers gambles didn't pay off because we are devoid of ideas in the final third. What isn't broke don't fix it, and i am referring to Aina. I understand our need and urgency to score goals and to win the game, but the taking of Loftus and Aina opened the trap door. Lemina is a luxury player who isn't as good as Parker see's him. If anybody is to be sacrificed, it should be Lemina first choice. We gamble in our quest for goals i understand, but not at the expense of losing our shape in defence. Scott Parker got that so horribly wrong tonight and it is not looking good for our rookie, you could see the disappointment when his head dropped to the wall. I feel for him, but his changes lost our shape and cost us big time. Just like that Korean guy that gambled too many times on the stock market, Parker's gambles didn't pay off. They say Sessegnon isn't a prem league player? I just wonder in this present set-up, if he was able to link up with these better players around him these days? We will never know if that question is valid because the likes of Andersen will be going to utd or some other top team for 25 million if we go down, never mind the others who we will lose. If we go down, we can expect the likes of Kamara back because we won't have the likes of Maja etc. We are not down yet, but Scott Parker will need to lift our guys, and that is a big task after this loss. This is a bad day all round....
 
 
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Full praise for the team , twat
posted by Alan (Guest) - Friday 09th April 2021, 10:21 PM
 
Sorry Al you nonce
posted by John (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 8:10 AM
 
My comment was following Parker’s post match remarks , he said he had full praise for the team , Parker is a twat if he is proud of what we suffered last night
posted by Alan (Guest) - Saturday 10th April 2021, 9:17 AM
 
Sorry Al
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So baffling. No real intent to attack and score in a must win game against a totally out of form team! RLC is an embarrassment. Such a lame header and how someone with that physique gets out muscled every single time is mind boggling. Sad reality is that Parker (and players) were hoping for a goal, not expecting one and that comes down to poor training and no motivational leadership. Saddest part is that a crap Newcastle will be laughing tonight...
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Well that's it then, we are back where we started. If Scott Parker is going to be our manager in the Championship, start planning now for at least two fast wingers, to supply Mitro with at least more scoring chances. Don't be too downhearted, as this time next season we will be getting ready to celebrate winning the Championship.
posted by A C (Guest) - Friday 09th April 2021, 10:25 PM
 
This is why we lost! At least Loftus Cheek can get into positions of real intent. Traore scored his first goal in '20' games!!!!!!!!!!! If Traore was Loftus Cheek, he would have been lambasted by you guys a long time ago!!!!!!!! Learn the dynamics of football!!!!!!! Loftus is coming back from a long-term injury but at least he is trying and he is the very few we have who looks threatening or even likely to score goals. 20 games for Traore before delivering one goal, what is that about??? Parker took off the wrong guys and we got it badly wrong. Loftus Cheek isn't a problem, we have bigger problems than Loftus Cheek, get over it!!!!!!!
posted by OWEN (Guest) - Friday 09th April 2021, 10:30 PM
 
Not sure which match(es) you’ve been watching Owen to think that RLC has been playing with ‘intent.’ I’ve never seen such a 50:50 bottler. Just don’t get what he’s meant to be...not a striker (doesn’t score), winger (can’t cross), attacking midfielder (gets dispossessed when running with the ball.) So I’d love to know what he does bring to the team..... Should have played two strikers for longer, Anguissa as a driver for longer. Instead we played safe, plodding sideways football with no desire. Dispiriting really. And Lemina crying at the end....
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Where do you start? Inability to cross a ball kills us. Why, why RLC anywhere near the pitch? Can Robinson with all his pace not go past a player on the outside? AIna not at the races (again) and VAR saved him as he ball-watched at end of 1st half. Too much farting about going backwards and sideways. Anguissa did pretty well coming on. Maja strolled about when he should have been sprinting to close down. Reed decent again. Bad error by Areola right at the end but to be fair he's saves us so many times. Thought Andersen could have got a block in. Mitro plodding but generally isolated, just not Prem calibre. Lamina tried. Kongolo looked good - shame he's not been available. It will take a miracle for us to escape relegation - best chance may be if Newcastle swoop right now for Parker. Gutted. I have probably stated so much that is so bloody obvious that I might have become Glenn Hoddle...
 
 
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How many chances did we have,basic problem all these overpaid prima donnas don’t know how to put our chances away.Top scorer Reid 5 midfielders virtually got 5 between them all season 2 massive opportunities to catch Newcastle not taken. If we do manage to finish above them they really need to lose almost every game.
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MR KHAN GE RID OF MR BLOOBY AND PARKER IMEDIATLY>
posted by Putney Pete (Guest) - Friday 09th April 2021, 10:11 PM
 
I think they will lose almost every game but sadly not all of them. I reckon we'll get another 5 points MAX and they will get 3 against Sheff Utd, still not enough.
posted by Fred (Guest) - Friday 09th April 2021, 10:18 PM
 
Be lucky to finish above west brom let alone newcastle mate.
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You’d think we had 15 games left. Same tactics week in week out. There’s a reason why we are in bottom 3. Zero points from last three games tells you all you need to know. Time for Mr P to admit to his limitations and go. Send the loan players back, bring on the u23s and prepare for championship.
 

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