Fulham have a new permanent boss in place for the roughshod road of the Championship, and it is a rookie in many regards who will be at the helm, in Scott Parker. The former skipper has done a good job since taking over, and yet it is hard to truly define a reign that has been mostly done in the light of first impending, and then confirmed, relegation. Jack J Collins digs a little deeper.
Our last away fixture of the campaign and our penultimate meeting of the 2018-19 season ended with a 1-0 defeat at the paws of Wolverhapmton Wanderers. Nuno Espirito Santo's Wolves hunted in packs and restricted Fulham to scraps throughout the confrontation, and if the home contingent had a sharper bite, the score line could have been gruesomely unflattering for the Whites and their plump, penetrable underbelly.
"Down with the Fulham! You're going down with the Fulham!" Our first away victory of the campaign at the Vitality was highly satisfactory, but flooring Cardiff City was by far the most elating triumph of the 2018-19 season, even if Denis Odoi was slammed in the chops by Maxime Le Marchand.
In this week's episode of Fulhamish, we took a look back at the game against Cardiff City, as Scotty Parker's Whites won for a third (!) time in a row, whilst keeping a third consecutive clean sheet (!!). We know, we can't quite believe it either.