Martin Jol fears he is a dead man walking at Fulham. The Dutchman privately believes it is now just a matter of time before his two-year reign at Craven Cottage is terminated. Fulham fans turned on Jol after Saturday’s defeat by Cardiff and that left him fearing the worst. New owner Shahid Khan has been publicly supportive but there are growing concerns on the board about Jol. Directors are worried he is unable to arrest a slump of just one point from seven home matches. Former Sunderland and Aston Villa boss Martin O’Neill is among the names in the frame and one of his lieutenants Steve Walford saw the Cardiff game. Ex-Brighton boss Gus Poyet and former Manchester United coach Rene Meulensteen are other contenders.
Martin Jol waiting for axe to fall as Dutchman fears for Fulham job
Daily Mirror | Oct 1