Former Tottenham Coach Tim Sherwood Makes Baffling Premier League Prediction
11 November, 2018, 14:16 | Author: Malcolm Quinn
Fulham's open, attacking football inspired promotion from last season's Championship, but since then they have been exposed, contributing to the concession of 29 goals in 11 league games and the fact they are bottom of the league.
City warmed up for the game with an impressive 6-0 win over Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League group stages on Wednesday night that's put them within touching distance of the knockout stages but the focus will be firmly on Premier League matters tomorrow.
'(Huddersfield) were always more strong than us; the effort wasn't strong enough.
"We are in a good way and I encourage my players and the supporters to embrace this ahead of today". First and foremost, we really have to admit to ourselves a lot of things are better than a year ago.
"The performance altogether over the whole game was unusual and not us".
"You can not compare. We have to do it by ourselves". We have 27 points, conceded five goals, done a lot of good things. It's more general advice.
"That is in a year when our competitors are the champions of last year, two years ago and a refreshed Arsenal, a more experienced Tottenham, who have a similar number of points we have, and Manchester United turning around".
Having impressively made their way into the Premier League at the expense of Aston Villa in last season's Championship play-off final, the London club quite simply haven't taken to life in the top flight.
But he believes his side's displays are constantly being measured against the free-scoring performances which steered them to the Champions League final last season.
"I'm not in doubt about the a positive reaction".
"I'm not sure I can expect that, but it would help if you would watch a few Fulham games before you ask questions like this".
"But I also can not and will not ignore everything else we have done so far this season". On Tuesday was a rather massive knock that wasn't expected. "When we lose people can go home satisfied but right now we're not offering that".
"It's no problem that people compare, but for us, it's important we don't do it".
"There's only one real assessment that counts and that's mine".
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