Claudio Ranieri insists lack of experience cost Fulham against Tottenham Hotspur

Fulham manager Claudio Ranieri has said that the Cottagers lacked the experience within the team as they succumbed to a 2-1 Premier League defeat at the hands of Tottenham Hotspur. The west London outfit were positive during the first period of the game where they managed nine shots on goal and they eventually took the lead after an own goal from Fernando Llorente.

However, Spurs pegged them back during the second period with Dele Alli bagging the equaliser before Harry Winks bagged the winner in dramatic fashion with just seconds left on the clock. Speaking after the game, Ranieri hailed the performance of the team but highlighted that the team required more experience at the end where they needlessly surrendered possession from a free-kick which was offered to them.

Manchester United Sweep To 4-1 Win Against Fulham

The coach of the Manchester United Jose Mourinho has answered the critics for some time at least as his Red Devils recorded the biggest victory in the league in thirteen months with a 4-1 victory over Fulham.

Ashley Young has scored the first goal in 12 months. Romelu and Juan Mata have shot United into a great first-half lead. However, they have struggled a lot to add on more goals after breaking after Fulham came down to 10 men just after Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa had been dismissed after Abubakar Kamara had pulled back a goal from the penalty spot.

Can Ranieri safe Fulham from relegation?

Claudio Ranieri knows precisely that the task of keeping Fulham in the Premier League it is a very difficult one. In the last weekend, the Cottagers suffered yet another defeat (2-0) against West Ham, and they are now rock bottom with serious issues in defence: Fulham are the only side in England without a single clean sheet in this season so far.

The way Robert Snodgrass and Michail Antonio scored at the weekend surely wouldn't have impressed the Italian manager whose the first task is to ensure the defence will improve significantly so that the Cottagers can have a chance of retaining the Premier League status.

Claudio Ranieri pleased with Fulham’s triumph over Southampton

Claudio Ranieri has expressed his pleasure after Fulham registered a much-needed win against Southampton during his first match in charge of the club. The Italian tactician was appointed as the new Cottagers boss during the international break after his predecessor Slavisa Jokanovic had gone six league matches without picking up a single point.

Speaking after the 3-2 triumph over Southampton, Ranieri said: “I am very pleased. First match and first victory. It is a little step but an important step for everybody. It was important we made a good solution and good mistakes. We had to work hard. It could have been more for us or for them. When we went down I said I wanted to see how we created and that was very good. Amazing. It is OK. This is the spirit that I like.”

Jamie Redknapp urges Chelsea to sign Fulham striker

Sky Sports pundit Jamie Redknapp believes Chelsea should make the attempt to prise away Aleksandar Mitrovic from Fulham during the forthcoming transfer window. The Serbia international has been in impressive form since joining the Cottagers on a permanent basis this term and he has already bagged his fifth Premier League goal of the campaign.

Speaking to Sky Sports News, Redknapp was impressed with the way the Serbian led the line against the Hornets and believes he would be the perfect fit for the Blues, who are struggling to find goals from their marksmen, he said: “He was brilliant leading the line for Fulham against Watford. Gone is the loose cannon who looked like a walking red card when he was at Newcastle.

Calum Chambers reacts after securing Fulham loan

England international Calum Chambers has expressed his excitement after joining Fulham on a season-long loan move. The 23-year-old had only recently signed a new long-term deal with Arsenal but he could up the opportunity of a temporary challenge after failing to receive assurances of regular gametime at the Emirates.

Speaking to Fulham’s official website, he said: “I watched a lot of Fulham last season, I really like the way they play football, there’s a good manager, it’s a great club, so I’m really excited for the season ahead. Everyone can see that Fulham is a club that likes to play football, play football from the back, through the lines. That’s the style of football I like as well, so I think it fits me and suits the way I play.”

The Transfer News Of Fulham: Five Most Likely Signings

Fulham has invested a huge amount in their team as the Cottagers effort was to consolidate their status in the Premier League after promotion last season. Fulham is putting all its efforts in the direction. The west London club (WLC) has splashed out already on the highly-rated Jean Michael Seri and Maxime Le Marchand, his former Nice teammate.

Slavisa Jokanovic, the manager is also eyeing a permanent deal for Aleksandar Mitrovic after his successful loan spell from Newcastle last season. This is yet to get clear is he is in talks with someone else as well meanwhile. Nevertheless, this summer, the Serbian striker is not among the top five who are most likely the new arrivals, this is for sure, according to the reports.

Fulham Winger Delighted To Win Multiple Accolades At EFL Awards Night

Fulham winger Ryan Sessegnon was delighted to have been bestowed with three accolades during the EFL awards night on Sunday. The teenager has stood out with his performances for the Cottagers during the backend of the campaign, and this has since him being named the Championship Player of the Year ahead of Fulham’s Tom Cairney and Wolves’ Ruben Neves.

Fulham Boss Tips Ryan Sessegnon To Make England Squad

Fulham manager Slavisa Jokanovic has tipped Ryan Sessegnon to make the England World Cup after showing extreme progress over the past 18 months. The 17-year-old continued his fine vein of form with his 10th goal in 12 games versus Derby County this weekend, and this sees Fulham within five points off the automatic promotion places, though with an additional game played.

Aleksandar Mitrovic reveals a Snapchat message helped to push through Fulham move

Newcastle United striker Aleksandar Mitrovic has revealed that a Snapchat message from Fulham manager Slavisa Jokanovic helped to seal his short-term move to Craven Cottage prior to last month's transfer deadline. The Serbia international joined the west London side on loan for the campaign after his return to Anderlecht collapsed on the final day of the transfer window.

Speaking to The Times, the Newcastle revealed that the Cottagers head coach had rang him in the morning, only to find that he is on the cusp of a return to Anderlecht. However, Mitrovic's move to the Belgian outfit fell through later in the day, and this re-established the player's connection with the manager via Snapchat.