Fulham boss Jol concedes experiencing career low

Fulham boss Martin Jol concedes he's suffering a career low after their defeat at West Ham United.

Fulham boss Martin Jol concedes he's suffering a career low after their defeat at West Ham United.

Jol admitted this is the worst run of his managerial career and leaves him as short as 1/8 to become the next Premier League manager to leave.

"I am someone with maybe 700, 800 or 900 games under my belt as a manager, 1,400 probably in total," he said.

"I know that three points can probably give you a total different view and a different world.

"This run is why we are in the bottom three because that will happen if you don't get the points.

"If we had beaten West Ham, they would probably be in the same situation.

"There are other teams [down there] and there will be other managers in the next couple of weeks [coming under pressure].

"But you need to get out of that situation and we didn't today. Again."

 
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