Symons revels in Cottage cheer

October 2, 2014

Tweet Kit Symons believes Fulham’s thumping victory over Bolton at Craven Cottage last night will have helped strengthen his case to become the permanent successor to Felix Magath. Owner Shahid Khan unveiled a five-man selection panel to help him choose the German’s replacement yesterday and Symons saw his side record their third straight win with […]

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Four-star Fulham fashion compelling case for Symons

October 2, 2014

Tweet A day after Shahid Khan unveiled the five-man committee that would select Felix Magath’s successor, Kit Symons compiled the perfect job application as his Fulham side produced their most complete performance of the season in putting four past Bolton Wanderers and piling the pressure on a beleaguered former team-mate in Dougie Freedman. Symons, who was […]

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Khan names five-man committee to find new Fulham boss

September 30, 2014

Tweet Shahid Khan has appointed a five-man committee to help him find Fulham’s permanent successor to Felix Magath. The Fulham chairman had promised ‘a thorough and exhaustive search’ in his programme notes immediately after the sacking of the German coach a fortnight ago and has stayed true to his word, despite caretaker manager Kit Symons’ […]

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Hoogland hunts complete performance

September 30, 2014

Tweet Tim Hoogland has urged his Fulham team-mates to put together a more complete performance against Bolton Wanderers after their come from behind victory at Birmingham on Saturday. The German right back, who has switched to a defensive role again after a spell in midfield, has echoed the words of caretaker manager Kit Symons in […]

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One more win will seal Fulham job for Symons

September 29, 2014

Tweet Kit Symons will be offered the Fulham’s manager job on a full-time basis if he can steer his side to victory over fellow strugglers Bolton Wanderers at Craven Cottage on Wednesday, according to the Daily Telegraph. The paper reports that the current caretaker manager has the support of the key members of Fulham’s board […]

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Parker targets Bolton win

September 29, 2014

Tweet Scott Parker believes Fulham’s battling victory at Birmingham on Saturday could be the spark that ignites their season and he has called on his team-mates to follow up their first league win with three more points against Bolton on Wednesday. The Fulham captain was encouraged by his side’s resilience as they fought back from […]

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Hugo: All smiles at Fulham now

September 29, 2014

Tweet Hugo Rodallega has revealed that caretaker manager Kit Symons has completely transformed the atmosphere since taking over at Fulham. Symons’ relaxed demeanour contrasts sharply with the sacked Felix Magath, whose disciplined approach to training was rumoured to have alienated a number of players. Several former Fulham players heavily criticised the German coach after the […]

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Symons is the man to take Fulham forward

September 28, 2014

Tweet During his decorated career, Kit Symons has been a part of Fulham Football Club for a total of nine years, three as a player and six in a number of different roles within the academy. We fast forward to 2014 and Kit Symons is (temporarily, for now) sitting in the hot seat as a caretaker manager following the sacking […]

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Birmingham win is just the start, insists Rodallega

September 28, 2014

Tweet Hugo Rodallega was delighted to cap Fulham’s crucial comeback at Birmingham with the winner yesterday, but insists that the first three points of the season are only the start on the road to recovery. The Colombian striker’s clever finish from close range gave the Whites their first league victory in some six months and […]

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Bettinelli keeps Birmingham at bay

September 28, 2014

Tweet Hugo Rodallega’s expertly taken finish might have grabbed all the headlines this morning, but Fulham owe a debt of gratitude to the brilliance of their goalkeeper Marcus Bettinelli for keeping them in the contest at Birmingham yesterday. Whilst their second half recovery, which featured two goals in eight second half minutes knocked the stuffing […]

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