Fulie-sack's free-to-risk & # 39; Ranieri, Scott Scott Parker's position



Date published: Thursday 28 February 2019 5:06

Fulham has replaced Scott's "free-hit". After saving Claudio Ranieri as manager.

Ranieri, who appointed his post in November as Slavisa Jokanovic, was removed by Fulham, 19th, ten safety points.

Wednesday 2-0 to Southampton appeared to have been ten losses and just three winners in the 16 games of the Scottish Premier League, which disappeared. Looking back to the competition.

Parker, who was introduced to Jokanovic's support staff as a coach of the first team last year, is now interim manager.

"After considering this evening, Claudio Ranieri agreed to my decision that change had been as good as everyone" said chairman Shahid Khan.

"I'm not surprised, Claudio was a gentleman, as he was always. Claudio's tenancy at Fulham did not get the product we expected and needed when I put He is appointed as Manager in November, but to ensure that he is not just a crime for our current position.

"Claudio entered into a bad situation, winning only one point in the previous eight games, and he really supported the Clubs guides to nine points in his first eight games as Manager. Although we can not keep that pace after that, I am grateful for his effort. Claudio will leave Fulham as a friend and it will definitely get success soon.

"I ask Scott Parker to be a Care Manager. Scott's direct job is just to help us consolidate, grow and produce as a football club. Scott can respond to this challenge, and our players who respond to the chance, may have effects in the coming months.

"The most important thing at this time, however, is to reorganize in a meaningful and advanced way that will serve our long-term vision for sustainable success. If we can and winning some games to keep the season stable, better. "

Ranieri said: "I am obviously unhappy with the recent results and we can not build on the start that we have made after my job.

"Finally, I would like to thank the Club, the players and the fans for the support they gave me as long as I was at the Club".



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