Date:Thursday October 20 2005
Assistant manager Steve Kean is pleased following Fulham's climb out of the relegation zone.
Kean 'always felt we were in a false position' and he is hoping Fulham can push on well away from the relegation zone following the draw against Charlton.
'It's good to be out of there. But at the same time we all knew that, no matter how well we'd been playing, we still didn't have the points to show for it.
'We wanted to continue to play open and attacking football and try and score goals, but at the same time we knew we had to get a result at Charlton.
'That's not being negative, but we just couldn't afford to lose. That said, we had some great chances so it shows that the 4-5-1 system isn't negative at all.'
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