Scott Parker insisted that Fulham will fight and fight this season to avoid relegation when they face the Wolves on Friday. (Andy Rain / PA)
Posted by Sonia Twigg, PA
Scott Parker insists that Fulham will fight and fight to avoid relegation while visiting an out-of-shape wolf Friday night.The Cottagers missed another chance to get out of the bottom three on Sunday when they suffered a 3-1 defeat at Aston Villa.
Fulham had led 1-0 before ending up in 10 minutes towards the end of the game conceded three goals while the 17th Newcastle scored an important point against Tottenham.
« I’m excited for this challenge and the challenge we have before us is seven games to put us in an incredible position » said Parker.
« We’re going to fight, scrap and do everything in our power to give us a chance to stay in this division this season. »
« It would be an incredible feat for us. » the team and the football club, and d hat is my only goal and I’m looking forward to it. «
» I’m looking forward to this (challenge) and can’t wait until Friday, but this result turns out, we move on to the next and we always are still there and it will be a year that will have been a journey and hopefully a story that will be told in the end. “
Currently Fulham is in 18th place with 26 points, three behind Steve Bruce, and has been aiming to score points against a Wolves team without a win since February 19th.
» It’s a must-win -Game, but last week was a must-win. Next week will be a must-win. » We still have seven games to go and every game is a must, « said Parker.
» Of course, for most of the year you can do it at the beginning of the season when you have a lot of football games to play can lose little. «
» I have a feeling that if we don’t win, will it be decisive? No, not at all, but if you ask me about this game you have to win it, yes, you definitely have to win, we had to beat Villa and then we have to win. Go to the Emirates and beat Arsenal. I want us to do that.
« I still don’t think all is said and done if there is no result there because I think my team – even with the fixtures to come – are capable of getting results in this division and we have proven that. But yeah, it’s a game we want to try out to get a result. «
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