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.
It was business as usual on the pitch this weekend as the Champions came to town and showed Fulham just why they're one of the best teams in the business, all without really getting out of second gear. For one last time this season Jack Collins took the reigns, with Cam Ramsey's international break coming to an end in time to see him return for Watford. Here's Jack's Five Things:
Fulham gave another spirited performance at the Cottage against Liverpool on St. Patrick's Day, but ultimately fell to another defeat as our Premier League lives slowly ebb away. With Cam Ramsey on a short term loan deal in the academies of Thailand, Jack Collins steps into the breach to give his five thoughts on the Liverpool game.
Disasters aren’t always about the results you get and the points on the board, although those figures aren’t exactly kind to Claudio either, looking back at his tenure at Craven Cottage. Some things are a little bit more subtle. Jack J Collins takes a deeper dive into the reign of Claudio Ranieri.
With Fulham's London derby against high-flying Tottenham Hotspur coming up, we spoke to Ian Waterhouse from Spurs for Life to get a lowdown on what the view is from North London, ahead of their trip to the banks of the Thames.
It's not been the easiest few weeks as Fulham fans, but there's a couple of things we should all address, both on and off the pitch. Jack J Collins weighs in with his appeal for calm on the rough seas of the Premier League.