Jol pleased with new-look Fulham attacking options

Fulham boss Martin Jol admits he's spoilt for choice in attack.

Fulham boss Martin Jol admits he's spoilt for choice in attack.

This summer the Dutchman has added Adel Taarabt, on loan from QPR, and Darren Bent, borrowed from Aston Villa, to a host of attacking players already at Fulham.

Jol said: "Sometimes you have to disappoint one or two players to play with two strikers. I will always do what is best for the team and afterwards we will wait and see what happens. A lot of teams change their style, it’s always a challenge. I prefer to have Bent on board than not to have him on board. I have to find a way to find the right balance. It’s not easy, because Taraabt is the same [as Bent and Berbatov], he’s not a work horse."

 
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