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A Warm Welcome to Felix Magath

With Meulensteen shoved to one side, it is now down to Felix Magath to steer us away from the relegation zone.

Magath, the first German to manage in the Premier League is keen to get started in his new role remarking after his appointment,

"Here we go again, I`m coming back into football."

"It`s a fantastic working environment for any coach and footballer."

"This amazing club and it`s amazing owner Shahid Khan have totally convinced me and given me the managerial responsibility."

"I`m looking forward to the football and, even more so, to the work."


The German certainly has the pedigree for the job having previously worked at;-

Hamburg (1995-97)
Nurnberg (1997-98)
WerderBremen (1998-99)
Eintracht Frankfurt (1999-01)
VfB Stuttgart (2001-04)
Bayern Munich (2004-07)
Wolfsburg (2007-09)
Schalke (2009-11)
Wolfsburg (2011-12)

As for managerial honours the sixty year old has won:

Bayern Munich - Bundesliga - 2004-05 and 2005-06
Wolfsburg - Bundesliga - 2008-09

But some might say keeping Fulham Football Club in the Premier League will top all of the above!




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday February 15 2014

Time: 12:14PM

Your Comments

when we lose at WBA will they suck him too
dobox
ok sack him
dobox
if the owners had put money into the team at the beginning of the season we would not be in this position - Jol was not given the resources - how was Meulensteen expected to achieve the impossible? Magath can't buy anybody - he will have to create a miracle at the Cottage!
cliffhay
 

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