QPR coach Glenn Hoddle is in the frame for Felix Magath's job at Fulham.

The London Evening Standard says Hoddle will be a contender for the Fulham job if the club lose patience with Magath.

The German earned breathing space with a 1-0 win at Brentford in the Capital One Cup last night but after relegation last season, Fulham have made a dreadful start to life in the Championship, losing their first four matches.

If results do not improve, Fulham will be forced to consider Magath's future, despite making assurances this week that he was safe.

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