Fulham boss Scott Parker refused to criticize Ola Aina, Josh Maja, and their teammates following their relegation from the premier league.
Parker said the players gave their best all season, although he admitted that the team fell short of qualities in some matches.
Fulham were relegated back to the championship after their 2-0 defeat to Burnley at Craven Cottage on Monday, the Londoners became the third team to go down after Sheffield United and West Bromwich Albion.
“My players have given absolutely everything this year, and I have seen that again tonight. Endeavor, desire, effort, but we have fallen short on quality at times. Over the coming weeks, we need to have some discussions and work out what we need to do to move forward and try and get off this rollercoaster.” Parker told the press.
Fulham is 18th on the premier league standings with just five wins from 35 league matches.
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