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Fulham Coach Scott Parker senses a tough game

last updated Friday 27th November 2020, 2:51 PM

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Fulham Head Coach Scott Parker
Fulham Head Coach
Scott Parker
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Fulham Head Coach Scott Parker addressed a range of topics in Thursday’s pre-Leicester City press conference.

In relation to the news that supporters will be allowed back in stadia he said “It’s a breath of fresh air. It’s what we all want. It’s what the fans want, certainly us as a team we want nothing more than for the fans to come back into stadiums, so that news in terms of where we are in London is perfect.

Fans are why we play the game, so it’s good news and hopefully we’re on an upward curve now.”

He went on to talk about Fulham's next opponents Leicester City, “They’re a very good side. Brendan [Rodgers] has done a fantastic job there.

They’ve got a lot of quality in their ranks and it will be a tough game for us. Another tough game. We understand that, but as always, these are the challenges that we embrace this year. It’s a challenge that we look forward to. This is why we worked as hard and as relentlessly as we did last year to get out of the Championship, to play in these sorts of games every week.”

In terms of Fulham's situation “I feel as a team we’re going in the right direction. It’s the fine margins, it’s the nous sometimes in this league. You can’t afford to lose a minute of concentration in this division.

You can’t afford to be the wrong side of someone or to make individual errors, because you get punished. At times this year we’ve fallen short on that in terms of understanding. But in saying that, I think anyone who watches us play who has half a clue on football, will see where some of our deficiencies are, but will see clearly where we are as a team, what we’re doing, and how good we are at times. That takes courage with the way we play, and we’ve caused many teams a lot of problems.

I feel we’re definitely on the right track.”

Source Geoff Pruce at Fulham FC
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