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Your Views on Jol!

Devoid of any action, thanks to our FA Cup exit up at Goodison Park in round 4, this weekend has been a real struggle.

There has been so little news relating to our club that we could be forgiven for thinking a hibernation period has set in.

Therefore, just to prove that the site is still active, we`ve a little something for you to ponder over.

With the season now in its second half, we`d like your view son how you perceive Martin Jol has done in the Fulham managerial role.

We`d be interested to know if, you believe, Jol has taken the club forward, backward or merely side-wards!

Have his signings had the effect you`d anticipated?

Were we right to eagerly greet his appointment when Mark Hughes decided to walk away?

Please leave your responses in our comments facility below this article.



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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Monday February 20 2012
Time: 5:25PM

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He's not had the impact we'd have hoped and the constant stories of unrest in the camp followed by the mystery selling of Zamora and the fact that AJ is clearly going to leave for a free have caused me to question what's going on at the club. Ruiz is useless as well, he simply cannot hold onto the ball! But Jol has talked about having a vision for the club in the future and he appears to be suggesting he will stick with us unlike Hughes... he is and remains a sought after top manager and I think reserve judgment until next season when he has had more time to develop the squad and team.
donfulham
21/02/2012 22:42:00
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I support Jol. I don't think some of the players want to play for him and I think they've shown it on occasion - Zamora included. I don't fault him for taking action against those players. That said, Jol's preference of Senderos over Hughes is nothing more than stubborness and ego for which I can certainly fault him; and THAT has cost us points. I think we need to be patient with Ruiz. He clearly wasn't ready for the PL, but that doesn't mean he won't ever adapt. As I recall, we were linked with Ruiz long before Jol arrived, so I don't know that he bears the full weight of the decision. Fulham's wage structure makes it very difficult to bring in proven talent, so occasionally you must take a gamble on players. Jol has made a real effort to bring in younger players, which is something we've needed for some time. Unfortunately, that created real inconsistency. Assuming we avoid collapse in the final 13 matches, I expect a fair bit of change this summer and as a result, I don't think I'll be as patient with Jol next season.
Teddy_KGB
22/02/2012 01:53:00
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i find it a bit foolish for a manager to toss aside a player who has managed to get on with two prior managers at the club, and was a solid performer... but, as was true with hughes last season, a full season's debut is necessary to fully judge the manager's competience... i wish hughes had gotten over the spite of being kicked to the curb by man city, and stayed, but we'll see where jol takes us... big win over stoke at home, but we need to start climbing the table...
woodysweats
22/02/2012 17:56:00
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