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Most Fulham Players are Unhappy With Martin Jol, Claims Bobby Zamora: The Nightly EPL

martin jol Most Fulham Players are Unhappy With Martin Jol, Claims Bobby Zamora: The Nightly EPL

It looks like Bobby Zamora has sour grapes regarding his departure from the greener pastures of Fulham to the relegation threatened Queens Park Rangers. The gifted striker claims that most Fulham players are unhappy with Martin Jol and that many players, himself included, didn’t see eye-to-eye with Jol, which is why many of them such as Dembele, Dempsey and Andy Johnson left.

To me, this sounds like a striker who is lashing out to deflect the blame and pressure away from himself, with the club sitting at the bottom of the league, and to try to switch the subject to something else entirely.

Mark your calendars for December 15 when QPR hosts Fulham. Who knows whether Mark Hughes will be in charge by then.

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2 Responses to Most Fulham Players are Unhappy With Martin Jol, Claims Bobby Zamora: The Nightly EPL

  1. CravenA says:

    Zamora sour grapes. He was surplus to requirements and can’t handle the fact

  2. redskin says:

    zamora has got the hump with martin jol.
    not just surplus at fulham but at spurs also. he is just a bitter little turd

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