Fulham boss Hughes admits Harrods shirt did not work

Fulham boss Mark Hughes admits their Harrods green shirt didn't help in defeat to West Bromwich Albion.

Fulham boss Mark Hughes admits their Harrods green shirt didn't help in defeat to West Bromwich Albion.

The third strip, worn by Diomansy Kamara and Co, celebrates club supremo Mohammed Fayed's years as Harrods owner and was designed before he sold the luxury department store.

It did not help to improve the Cottagers' awful record on the road - that is now 23 games without a victory.

Boss Mark Hughes said: "We have to give ourselves a better chance to win away from home because it has gone on for too long.

"As for the kit, it sometimes takes a while to grow fond of anything."

Baggies boss Roberto Di Matteo joked: "I know about fashion as I've spent a few quid on clothes at Harrods. I'd describe the strip as 'different'."

 
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