Jokanovic: ‘We must fight together’

by Dan on November 3, 2017

Slavisa Jokanovic admitted his Fulham side didn’t deserve anything after an abject performance at Molineux saw them easily beaten by Wolves.

The Serbian head coach told Sky Sports that the meek capitulation at the hands of the league leaders was a similar story to Fulham’s previous defeat and insisted that things had to change.

Today we didn’t deserve any points, and we can’t repeat this. We are not in our best moment, not too many things are working for us. We must be serious and refresh our mind, refresh our bodies, and try to push all the team in the same direction.

We are one team, we must fight all together, we must show our maximum level of quality and be ready to fight. If not, we are in trouble.

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  • Richard

    Slav is getting to almost Kit levels of saying what’s wrong and doing absolutely nothing to fix it. Excluding midweek he hasn’t actually changed anything in a noticeable way, and (having not seen the game) from all reports it was almost as though the side that played Bristol City had never played that formation before.

    He needs to actually do something about the issues we have, rather than just say what they are. We need a plan B, we need a plan A that isn’t completely reliant on a fit and on form Cairney, we need to play players in their actual best positions. Sessegnon is absolutely NOT a left back, he may become one eventually but he’s incredibly weak defensively right now.

    We will play a side that has 8/10 outfield players from last season and be about 1/10 as good as last season – that’s not an issue with the new players that he’s made abundantly clear he didn’t want. The players are good enough, they’re just either not being used properly or lack the motivation and drive to actually perform.

    For all the good he did last year Slav is well on his way to using up all that goodwill with some truly dire tactics, seemingly no ability to change the flow of a game when it’s going away from us and ignoring players for seemingly no reason.

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