cottagers in dire need of a new big cheese; RESULT! with sports betting's top tipster DEREK McGOVERN E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org ADDITIONAL REPORTING BY JOHN SHAW.
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AFTER firing Felix, Fulham are hoping things can only get feta.
Former boss Felix Magath (above) told centre-half Brede Hangeland to cure an injury by rubbing cheese on it.
He was advised to rub mozzarella on his patella, brie on his knee, and abbaye de belloc on his collarbone. The result was a defence that had holes in it.
Under Magath, Fulham's season has been like a bad dream - further proof that cheese really does give you nightmares. With Fulham stinking out the Championship like a dish of past-its-best Cottage cheese, Magath's king departure was inevitable and now bookies haven't a clue who will replace him, which puts them in the same boat as the Fulham (cheese)board.
Markets like this are notoriously volatile so bookies know they must tread Caerphilly.
Caretaker boss Kit Symons, who led Fulham into last night's Capital One Cup clash with red Leicester, sorry Doncaster, is 6-1 with BetVictor, but the big market mover yesterday was Gianfranco Zola (left).
The Italian is now a 10-1 shot to get the gig, just ahead of his brother Gorgon.
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Sep 24, 2014|
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