Roy Hodgson believes he’s set to go back into football management if the right club or country comes for his service.

The ex-Fulham and England boss was at the unveiling of the statue for White’s legend, George Cohen on Saturday, and the man, a bare seven years short of the 76-year-old World Cup winner, declares he is not done with football yet, as he's ready to display his coaching capabilities again to help any lucky team triumph.


Fulham continued their sterling form even as they were hosted by Wigan. The visitors have started the new campaign brilliantly, and they maintain the record despite their travels. Wigan Athletic were lucky to avoid another successive defeat in the keenly contested affair.

Fulham enjoyed slightly more football possession, but couldn’t convert the chances to goals. They played better in the first half with Neekens Kebano’s effort coming close. Wigan’s Yanic Wildschut drove the ball in and found Michael Jacobs but he couldn’t hit goal. The visitor’s shot stopper David Button had to dig deep to save an effort from Nick Powell.

Jokanovic dismisses rumours of him quitting

A few weeks ago it was rumoured that Slavisa Jokanovic was going to step down from coaching Fulham after becoming frustrated from missing out on a number of summer transfer targets and this was due to the owner of the English League Championship club, Shahid Khan refusing to dish out the cash and go ahead to sign the players that were in the watch-list of Slavisa Jokanovic.

It seems like none of that was actually true as the Serbian head coach has recently came out and shut down those rumors as he has no intention to step down anytime soon.

Slavisa Jokanovic Has No Intention of Leaving Fulham

Fulham manager Slavisa Jokanovic says that he has no doubts about leaving the club despite rumours suggesting otherwise. It has been reported thatJokanovic his unhappy with the work done by director of football Craig Kline.

The latter has reportedly been blocking the club’s move for Andreas Pereira, who is one of the Manchester United youngsters seeking a move away from the club. Keen to take advantage of the situation, it appears thatJokanovic wanted the club to make an offer. Already rich with several talented youngsters, Fulham are thought to be toying the idea of signing an experienced professional or leaving the option in the early.


Fulham have announced that they have accepted a bid for one of their players from English Championship side Aston Villa.

Ross McCormack, 29, is wanted by Aston Villa and Fulham as agreed to let the player move to the club.

The striker was linked to Norwich City and Aston Villa but Fulham have now accepted a bid of £12 million from the newly relegated side. The club confirmed the deal and issued a statement on their official website which reads: “The club can confirm that a bid has been accepted from Aston Villa for Ross McCormack. Further details will be announced in due course.”


Fulham striker Ross McCormack has revealed his dreams of playing in the Premier League.

The player who would turn 30 in August said he was desperate to compete in the top flight football. The Scotland international scored 21 goals in the championship for Fulham during the 2015/2016 campaign even though they finished a disappointing 20th in the standings.

There are speculations that Newcastle United and Middleborough want to sign the player and McCormack has openly conceded that he would look to leave the club if the right offer was made in the transfer window.


English Premier League side, Chelsea FC are reported to be interested in signing Fulham striker, Moussa Dembele.

The 19-year old forward has had a decent season with Fulham scoring 14 goals in 38 games so far in the Championship.

The French youngster is highly sought after. Chelsea are already in talks with the club over a possible summer move for the player, according to Sky Sources.

The striker has been linked to other English sides such as Manchester United and Tottenham but Chelsea are the clear favorites to land the player.

Fulham head coach still believes they will escape relegation

Fulham coach, SlavisaJokanovic still believes that they will escape relegation and will not let himself influenced by what others are saying.

Fulham has become favorites with bookmakers to be relegated after their 1-1 draw with Birmingham.

When asked about the bookmaker odds, he stated that he is not into betting and that his job is to trust his team. He believes that the only way out is by spending time on the training field and preparing for the next game.