Watch out Fulham supporters. Martin Jol wants to pick a fight with you.
Last week, Jol said that Fulham supporters needed to lower their expectations. And now, after Fulham let in a late equalizer against West Brom on Saturday, and where some fans were chanting “Jol Out,” Jol has fired back at his critics — a minority of the Fulham supporters. Here’s what the Dutch madman said:
“I’m proud and when people start yelling at you, well, I would like people to be a bit more appreciative. I can’t tell them to come outside of the stadium after the game so I have to put up with it. But sometimes you make mistakes in life. I remember last year, I think it was the same geezer, and I did something but luckily enough nobody saw it.”
Fulham supporters, you have been warned.
Here are today’s world soccer news headlines:
- Martin Jol admits he wants to take Fulham boo boys outside after game — The Guardian
- Sunderland’s Altidore gutted after goal against Arsenal was ruled out — Sunderland Echo
- Premier League players urged to wear rainbow laces for anti-homophobia launch — BBC Sport
- Stoke’s Mark Hughes cannot resist dig at former employers Manchester City — The Guardian
- Shinji Kagawa trains with Manchester United ahead of Bayer Leverkusen game — Sky Sports
- Vincent Kompany in Manchester City’s squad to face Viktoria Plzen — The Mail
- Everton fans can forget Marouane Fellaini, Ross Barkley is the real deal — The Telegraph
- Manager David Moyes hails debutant Adnan Januzaj — Sky Sports
- Fans continue fight name-change plans to Hull City Tigers — Hull Daily Mail
- Mark Halsey fears an under-pressure official could take own life — BBC Sport
- Doncaster sign Manchester United’s Federico Macheda on loan — Sky Sports
- Robin van Persie eyeing Manchester United contract extension — ESPN FC
- FIFA medical chief says 2022 Qatar tournament should switch to winter — Sky Sports
- Yohan Cabaye apologises to Newcastle fans following interest from Arsenal during the summer — Independent
- Defiant Tottenham fans will face no action from FA over the ‘Y-word’ — Evening Standard
- Cristiano Ronaldo now officially the best paid player in world football – on €21m a season net — 101GG
- Gulati calls for more information before any 2022 decision is taken — Inside World Football
- Kaka out injured for a month.Refuses to accept salary — Daily Milan
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