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Fulham coach Marco Silva believes Fulham are improved

last updated Monday 01st April 2024, 2:53 PM

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Fulham coach Marco Silva
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Fulham coach Marco Silva feels as though Fulham are stronger now than when we last faced Nottingham Forest.

A magnificent week in December saw us secure two 5-0 wins in five days against the Reds and West Ham United, but our Head Coach believes that his side are an even better outfit at the moment.

“That was a really strong week for us, with two back-to-back 5-0s at home,” he said in his press conference on Easter Monday.

“As a team, I have to say that we are stronger right now, we are in a better moment than that December when we played against them, even if they were two impressive performances and results for us.

“They are in a position that they don't want to be, and it’s going to be a team that is going to fight really hard to get out of that position.

“We know that but, at the same time, we want to fight for the points because we want to keep climbing the table and go for the higher positions in the table if we can.”

Forest have won just one of their last 10 Premier League games, but when asked if they’ve been better than that run suggests, Silva replied: “Yes, I really believe [that] and I have this feeling as well because I know what is their value collectively.

“When you look at each player they have on the pitch, players that they have on the bench as well, you can see the individual quality they have.

“When you can play in your attacking line with [Chris] Wood, of course [Taiwo] Awoniyi is not ready, but after with [Anthony] Elanga, [Callum] Hudson-Odoi, [Morgan] Gibbs-White, [Divock] Origi, all these players they have around their attacking areas, you see the quality, the individual quality they have.

“Of course, we are aware of it, it’s a game that is going to demand ourselves to be at our best level to be able to win the game.”

Source Geoff Pruce at Fulham FC
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