Everyone will be laughing at me — confident Fulham boss gives verdict on his team’s performance

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Fulham are in a difficult place after suffering a 2-0 defeat against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

Scott Parker’s side are at risk of relegation, and must now win their remaining four games of the season to stand a chance of staying up.

Speaking after their defeat to Chelsea, Fulham manager Scott Parker admitted that he was pleased with his side’s display, and hailed the attitude of his team.

Parker then vowed that his team will go on to win their remaining four games of the season, and he admitted that he’d be mocked for his statement, but he doesn’t care.

Parker said: “We’ve not got a positive result, but I got attitude, desire and a performance as well. We managed to put our stamp on the game. My team were front-foot, they were aggressive and showed quality, but just fell short in certain moments.

“I always felt we were in the game. We had energy and bravery. I was very pleased. Four wins, it can be done if we perform like that. For sure I believe. That’s what we have to do. We have a chance of beating Burnley. We have a chance of beating Southampton. We have a chance of beating Man United and then Newcastle. I think we can do it. This is the challenge of the Premier League for a team like us.

“I understand the numbers and how everyone may see it, but anyone watching that game will have seen a dynamic team trying to win the game. I know we can win four games. We have to win four games. Everyone will be laughing at their screens listening to me talk, thinking I am living in cuckoo land. Maybe I am, I get that. But until that curtain comes down, let’s see.”

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