Premier League 2020: Fulham Director Tony Khan Promises  new signing to support their odds of keeping awake

Fulham, who were advanced subsequent to winning the Championship season finisher last against Brentford at Wembley last season, are attached to the base of the table in the wake of losing their initial three games and yielding 10 Goals. 

Premier League 2020: Fulham Director Tony Khan Promises  new signing to  support their odds of keeping awake
Fulham Director Tony Khan

Fulham chief Tony Khan has apologized to allies following Monday's 3-0 Premier League home destruction by Aston Villa and pledged to acquire new players to support their odds of keeping awake. 

Fulham, who were advanced subsequent to winning the Championship season finisher last against Brentford at Wembley last season, are attached to the base of the table in the wake of losing their initial three games and yielding 10 Goals. 

"I am sorry to allies for our presentation. We've hoped to include focus backs since Wembley, I'm sorry we haven't yet as two got COVID, we lost a free we thought was close and had another issue with a fourth place back," Khan tweeted. 

"I guarantee major parts in and better endeavors from this crew … We all need to make a superior showing. Everybody at the club for as far back as year endeavored to get the group up and now we have to work fundamentally harder to keep awake." 

Fulham supervisor Scott Parker said on Tuesday that his group battled until the end and Khan ought not have apologized for the showcase. 

"It's not something I concur with but rather it's the manner by which he sees it. The thing I'm really disillusioned with is the way he's saying 'sorry' for the exhibition. He shouldn't have," Parker told British media. 

"From 3-0 down, they (Fulham's players) were all the while attempting to function as much as possible to attempt to get us back in the game and for that I disagree with him." 

Fulham were consigned from England's first class toward the finish of the 2018-19 mission in spite of burning through 100 million pounds ($128.40 million) on players however tied down a quick re-visitation of the Premier League. 

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