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Fulham are managed by Kit Symons after the club handed the former Cottagers defender a permanent contract in October 2014, following a successful spell as caretaker. Symons went on to steer the Londoners to 17th, a position the club will be determined to significantly improve upon next term.

History

Fulham have been through their fare share of managers since the turn of century with Chris Coleman, lasted four years in the hot seat before being sacked in 2007, and replaced by Lawrie Sanchez.

Roy Hodgson had a very successful two years at the club, leading them to qualification for Europe and then a remarkable run to the Europa League Final. Mark Hughes replaced Hodgson after he was tempted by a move to Liverpool and looked to be in the job for the long run until he surprisingly quit after just the one season.

Martin Jol was appointed the new Fulham manager during summer 2011 and lasted two-and-half-years in the dugout, before being replaced by Meulensteen in December 2013 following a poor start to the campaign.

Fulham sacked Felix Magath in September 2014 following a shocking start to the season. The London outfit, who were relegated from the Premier League last term, picked up just one point from their opening seven Championship games, which included a 5-3 defeat at Nottingham Forest.

Last 6 League Games

DateHomeScoreAway
02 MayNorwich City4 - 2FulhamL
25 AprFulham4 - 3MiddlesbroughW
18 AprBlackpool0 - 1FulhamW
15 AprFulham1 - 1Rotherham UnitedD
10 AprFulham2 - 2Wigan AthleticD
07 AprCharlton Athletic1 - 1FulhamD
9 / 18pts

Upcoming Fixtures

DateHomeKickoffAway
08 AugCardiff City15:00Fulham
08 AugCardiff City15:00Fulham
08 AugCardiff City15:00Fulham
08 AugCardiff City15:00Fulham
08 AugCardiff City15:00Fulham
08 AugCardiff City15:00Fulham

Fulham Manager History

ManagerStart DateEnd Date
Kit Symons30 October 2014Present
Felix Magath14 February 201418 September 2014
Rene Meulensteen1 December 201314 February 2014
Martin Jol7 June 20111 December 2013
Mark Hughes29 July 20101 June 2011
Roy Hodgson30 December 20071 July 2010
Ray Lewington21 December 200730 December 2007
Lawrie Sanchez11 April 200721 December 2007
Chris Coleman17 April 200311 April 2007
Jean Tigana1 July 200017 April 2003
Karlheinz Riedle30 March 20001 July 2000
Paul Bracewell14 May 199929 March 2000
Frank Sibley9 May 199914 May 1999
Kevin Keegan7 May 19989 May 1999
Ray Wilkins25 September 19977 May 1998
Micky Adams1 August 199625 September 1997
Ian Branfoot1 August 199419 February 1996
Don Mackay27 January 199128 March 1994
Alan Dicks9 July 199031 December 1991
Ray Lewington1 July 19861 June 1990
Ray Harford20 April 198410 June 1986
Malcolm MacDonald1 November 198020 April 1984
Bobby Campbell16 December 197631 October 1980
Alec Stock21 June 197216 December 1976
Bill Dodgin(Jnr)1 December 196919 June 1972
Bobby Robson1 January 19681 November 1968
Vic Buckingham1 January 19651 January 1968
Bedford Jezzard1 June 195831 December 1964
Duggie Livingstone1 January 195631 May 1958
Bill Dodgin(Snr)1 August 19491 October 1953
Frank Osborne1 September 19481 June 1949
Jack Peart1 May 19351 September 1948
Jimmy Hogan1 August 19341 February 1935
James McIntyre1 April 19311 February 1934
Ned Liddell1 May 19291 April 1931
Joe Bradshaw1 August 19261 May 1929
Andy Ducat1 May 19241 May 1926
Phil Kelso1 August 19091 May 1924
Harry Bradshaw1 April 19041 April 1909
Present League Position
PWDLGFGAPts
9.Charlton Athletic0000000
10.Derby County0000000
11.Fulham0000000
12.Huddersfield Town0000000
13.Hull City0000000
Fulham Results
HomeAway
Birmingham City--
Blackburn Rovers--
Bolton Wanderers--
Brentford--
Bristol City--
Burnley--
Cardiff City--
Charlton Athletic--
Derby County--
Fulham--
Huddersfield Town--
Hull City--
Ipswich Town--
Leeds United--
Middlesbrough--
Milton Keynes Dons--
Nottingham Forest--
Preston North End--
Queens Park Rangers--
Reading--
Rotherham United--
Sheffield Wednesday--
Wolverhampton Wanderers--

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