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After a ninth straight defeat at Watford, Fulham was relegated from the Premier League on Tuesday.

Watford’s opener came with the feet of Abdoulaye Doucoure after Scott Parker’s side produced a spirited first-half display at Vicarage Road.

However, Ryan Babel equalized for Fulham. Eventually, they succumbed to the defeat as Will Hughes, Troy Deeney, and Kiko Femenia scored just within 12 minutes.

The Caretaker Manager, Scott Parker said that he is just gutted for the fans.

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Manager Crisis

“It was 12 months ago since we got into the division, and from the outset this year it’s been bitterly disappointing for everyone. The fans are the ones who pay their hard money to come and watch the team. There have certainly been times this year when the team hasn’t given back what they deserve. Personally, I’m really sorry about that.” He said.

Following their promotion from the Championship, Fulham were the third biggest Premier League Spenders in the last summer window as they spent £105.3m on 12 new players.

Indeed, the west London club became the first newly-promoted team to smash the £100m transfer threshold in a window.

But Slavisa Jokanovic was sacked in November and immediately replaced by Claudio Ranieri after a run of one win from the opening 12 league games left Fulham bottom of the table.

The side is already 10 points away from safety after their four successive Premier League defeats. Parker was placed in caretaking charge.

The former midfielder has faced an uphill task prolonging the club’s return to top flight beyond this one season.

Subsequent defeats to Chelsea, Leicester, Liverpool, and Manchester City placed Fulham on the brink of the drop – and that has been confirmed in Hertfordshire.

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