TIME FOR JOL TO GO?
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.
Its gotten so bad that Arsenal football news have made them one of the five favourites for relegation.
Former Manchester United player Dimitar Berbatov is struggling in finding the net in this season which is becoming more and more evident as each match passes by but his record stays the same having only scored 1 goal in 11 Premier League matches.
The 32 years old Bulgarian forward was even stripped out of the captaincy during the weekend as the armband was given to Scott Parker.
Jol said: ‘I wanted to put the pressure on other people. Berbatov is not very outspoken, he is very quiet. Scotty Parker is more involved in the dressing room. So I thought it would be good to change captains.’
‘The main problem is we concede goals,’ Jol said. He knows it’s more than that.
With all these disappointing performances and results, it seems as if the time of Dimitar Berbatov and Martin Jol are slowly but steadily reaching its eventual end and even the fans are noticing this and unless things get a huge turn in the next few weeks it will happen.