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Fulham Head Coach Scott Parker: proud of the team

last updated Sunday 21st February 2021, 7:11 PM


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After an important victory over Sheffield United meaning his side have picked up seven points in an action-packed game week, Fulham Head Coach Scott Parker expressed his emotions on the full-time whistle.

“I’m very proud of the team,” Parker exclaimed. “It’s been a tough week in terms of the games we’ve had to play, the travelling we’ve had to do.

“I think we all understood tonight what this game was about.

“The message to the team before the game was to focus on us, let’s not listen to the noise that’s been created around this game.

“Throughout this year there’s been one soul focus and that is us, that’s been my constant message.

“I know with that, us showing our quality and playing with a freedom we’ll get results, and I think that was proven tonight.”

The fight from our men in white has been unquestioned throughout the campaign, and our boss reinforced a ‘constant belief’ from his side.

“This group of players are honest, want to learn, want to get better, understand the challenges of this league, what it brings sometimes and what you need in these moments.

“This team has constant belief, they’re a confident team and that’s the way we need to continue.”

When questioned on being on the tails of Newcastle and Brighton (the former sitting just three points ahead with a game in hand), Parker explained his attentions are firmly set on ourselves.

“I’m not really looking at who’s above us or who’s around us,” Parker stated. “All I’m focusing on is us and what we need to do.

“We need to keep showing what we’ve shown for large parts of the season.

“This team has been so competitive, and if you’ve watched our games over the last 15 or 16 games, the fine margins are that a couple of draws should’ve been wins.

“At this present moment in time, my focus is on us and us continuing to get better.

“When the curtain comes down at the end of the season, we’ll either be good enough to stay in this division or not, but the main message to this group of players is ‘let’s keep fighting, let’s keep improving and let’s keep moving’.”























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