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.

Felix Magath sacked from Fulham Coach

On September of the ongoing year, Felix Magath was sacked from coaching the Championship League club Fulham after the team went through an underwhelming string of 11 matches where they were unable on securing a single victory.

Kit Symons was selected as the new coach of Fulham and the 43 years old manager is pushing the club out of the bottom relegation zone which is great news for supporters of the club and the recently selected coach of Fulham even believes that his squad and team are capable of securing a top spot in the Championship League.

Symons show simmediate improvement for Fulham

A string of poor results left Fulham at the bottom of the table after seven matches in the season. This led to the dismissal of Felix Magath, who came in as the third manager last season. The German was heavily criticised for his primitive training methods and creating a bad atmosphere in the team. It has been no coincidence that immediately after his exit, results have started improving. Kit Symons, who was appointed as his replacement on a short-term basis, has already secured three victories in the last five matches. Two of them have come in the league and it has lifted Fulham closer to safety.

Fulham Backs manager to do well

Fulham’s season went from bad to worse after the team suffered yet another defeat in the latest Championship match at the hands of Nottingham Forest. The 5-3 defeat has raised more pressure from manager Felix Magath, who has strangely said after the match that this campaign is complete catastrophe. The German became the Fulham manager midway through last season but he was unable to prevent them from dropping down to the Championship. Despite this, Fulham have backed their manager extremely well in the summer transfer window.

Magath Has HUge Task Ahead

Fulham sunk to the bottom spots of the Premier League and have been relegated to the Championship League with Felix Magath having a huge task ahead of him as the tactician is the man elected to return Fulham to the Premier League.
Nikolay Bodurov, Adil Chihi, Mahamadou Diarra, Thomas Eisfeld, Tim Hoogland, Shaun Hutchinson, Ross McCormack, Kostas Stafylidis, Adam Taggart and Kay Voser are all of the players that have been officially confirmed to join Fulham as the main reinforcements for their upcoming quest of earning a promotion spot in the Championship League.

Magath Claims He Would Pass On Neymar

Fulham boss Felix Magath has claimed that he would pass the opportunity to sign Brazilian superstar Neymar because he would rather have Thomas Müller in his team. Magath will be in charge of the Fulham team despite their relegation to the Championship after more than a decade in the Premier League. After becoming the third boss for the club last season, he failed to keep them in the Premier League. It was seen as an opportunity for owner Shahid Khan to sack him, but the American has decided to stick with Magath for the time being.