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All Change (Again)?

With our proud club staring through the relegation trap-door needing a miracle to ensure we remain a Premier League club, there are mutterings about a sacking in the tabloid press.

Although Felix Magath, the first German to manage a Premier League club, remains confident that Fulham can beat the drop and that if we are relegated he`ll do his best to steer the club back to the top flight, one tabloid publication is intimating that the German may be in for a rude awakening.

Those sports journalists responsible for generating column inches at the Daily Star, reckon that steps are afoot, behind the scenes at Craven Cottage, to sack Magath after just six weeks in the job. The reason behind such a suggestion is that the tabloid reckons Magath has alienated the players with his training methods.

Or would it be churlish to intimate he`s taken them out of their comfort zone?

Ears to the ground on this one, I`m sure the truth will prevail if anything underhand is going on!




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The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday April 3 2014

Time: 1:03PM

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If another coach is sacked this year I thinks it's time for everyone to start looking at the new owner. Can't believe he's avoided scrutiny for the season's woes. It would be justly awarded if scrutiny were focused on him. Everything seems to keep getting piled on the managers (good managers with history of success...these aren't just mediocre coaches, "getting a chance" at the EPL). Khan doesn't boast the most impressive success as a owner. Just look at the other team he owns with the Jacksonville Jaguars (American Football). They are a team with past success, but since his ownership have found themselves in the same mess Fulham just dove into this season. Oh, yes...managers have been a major issue with that team too. Coincidence? I think not. Poor ownership is to blame...not the coaches.
TrainerJohn
 

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