Fulham head coach Scott Parker insists there is no “magic formula” for that Premier League’s bottom side because they look to build on their first stage of the season when they host Amazingly Palace on Saturday.
The promoted Cottagers secured their particular first point in a 1-1 draw at Sheffield United last Sunday , getting suffered defeats in their opening 4 matches.
Despite Fulham’s disappointing start, which has brought back reminiscences of their last Premier League advertising campaign in 2018-19 when they were relegated in April, Parker is determined to not let the experience affect his gamers.
He said: “There is not any magic formula. There’s no magic formula to all of the sudden [stop] mistakes that are occurring or what do occur.
“If which could instantly change then life will be pretty easy but that’s not the situation. What is normally the case is that is a process, it’s stick to what you understand is right and work hard and keep enhancing.
“Of course a person all hope that it happens faster and that’s down to me of course it really is but ultimately I don’t wish to push that onto the players — I’ll never push that on to the players.
“I understand where we are, I know fully exactly where we are. I know early on there was sound around us and there will be sound around us because that’s exactly what comes with the last time we were within this division and what we spent and exactly what goals we let in.
“I get that there’s some a noise and I get that will that’s going to influence how people discover us this year. ”
A number of players from Fulham’s final Premier League venture, including Stefan Johansen, Kevin McDonald and Jean-Michael Seri, have been left out of Parker’s 25-man squad.
From a group of 31, the particular 40-year-old had to trim down his team to fit the league rules, yet believes he has made the right choice as Fulham bid to extend their particular stay in the top flight.
On the final squad, Parker mentioned: “Yeah very hard, it’s a tough choice.
“Obviously we were remaining with a lot of numbers and I have had to make a decision on what I think is better and how we need to go about it.
“So a tough decision mainly because I know there are players left out who are able to help us as well really. Require things are in place and I has been left with a number of players to produce a call on.
“So obviously it’s not been easy but it is exactly what it is and those are the decisions actually need and we’ve made them at this point and we now go with the twenty five that I’ve selected. ”
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