SlavisaJokanovic is excited for his new challenge in Fulham

The Serbian manager SlavisaJokanovic was appointed as the new head coach of Fulham back in December of 2015 and so far things haven’t been going as smoothly as Slavisa would have wanted it to after having picked up 4 defeats, 1 draw and only 1 victory from the opening month that he has been in charge of the English League Championship club.

Cardiff City have struggled for consistency in the Championship

Cardiff City have struggled for consistency in the Championship but it has been down to the absence of many important players over the course of the season.

One of them is striker Federico Macheda, who was expected to make a significant change in the title race. However, he has featured in only two games in the Championship. Restricted due to injuries, the striker recently made a successful comeback to the first-team. It may have been only a minute’s appearance in the 2-2 draw against Burnley, but it is a good start nonetheless.


Stuart Gray, who has temporarily been given the charge of the Fulham FC, was pleased with the fight shown by the team the other afternoon versus Brentford at the Craven Cottage.

Fulham was trailing by one goal in that game, but, they bounced back in a remarkable fashion to make it 2-1.

Kit Symons wants to make huge adjustments during the summer

Fulham’s Kit Symons has gone from being cheered and lauded for his achievements in onemonth and in the next few months, the manager has been booed and critiqued.
Back when Kit Symons only served as aninterim manager in October of the previous year, Symons was able to secure 13 pointsfrom a possible 21 and this wasimpressive enough for him to be offered with a permanent contract which extended until 2016.

Fulham has gone from competing in the Premier League

In less than one year Fulham has gone from competing in the Premier League to being located in the bottom spots of the Football Championship League with the possibility of being relegated for a 2nd successive year being a highly likely one.

Fulham’s fall from grace is a tough one as the supporters of the club were hoping to see the English side bouncing right back after getting relegated from the Premier League but it hasn’t happened as they are struggling just to survive in the Championship league.


Gus Poyet has backed Tim Sherwood to sort things out for the Queens Park Rangers. Sherwood is the frontrunner for the manager’s post at QPR after the resignation of Redknapp.

Poyet and Sherwood have been teammates in the past as the duo played together for the Spurs.

Sherwood worked as manager at White Hart Lane during the second half of the 2013-14 Season and that’s the only managerial experience that he has had.

Performance of Fulham dipped

A recent dip in form has seen Fulham only being able to win 2 league matches starting from January until February 21st of the current year. From that period of time there have been 8 league matches played and only 2 triumphs have been secured which is not a good record for a club is inching their way closer and closer to the bottom relegation zone of the English League Championship.