Having conceded 21 goals so far in this season it’s no wonder why Fulham are located in the bottom spots of the Premier League. They are also struggling in their offensive lines only managing to muster 2 goals in their 3 latest encounters. The performances have been so disappointing that even in their own home stadium at Craven Cottage when playing against Swansea City and losing 2-1 at the end of the encounter they were booed in a way louder than it has been at any other occasion and even worse were the chants that screamed ‘’Jol Out’’. The absence of Brede Hangeland in the defensive area of the squad is being felt and on the other side of the pitch, Berbatov and Bryan Ruiz seem to lack the creative and energetic minds of some seasons ago.
Fulham’s problems continue to escalade as their coach Martin Jol was sacked only a few days ago and Rene Meulensteen is now the man in charge to lead the Premier League side away from the relegation zone. But Fulham’s Dimitar Berbatov has recently stated his desire to leave the club. The former Manchester United player has a contract that expires in 6 months but according to his agent Emil Dantchev he wants to leave the club in January. 'I don’t usually speculate as nobody knows what will happen in January but what I can tell you is he (Berbatov) is not happy at Fulham,' Dantchev told Press Association Sport. 'He would like, if possible, to find another option.'