Hangeland criticises Magath

Former Fulham captain Brede Hangeland has launched a scathing attack on manager Felix Magath, stating the German is not the right man to take the club back into the Premier League.

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gutbukkit (Arsenal) says...

16 months ago Fulham were hovering. Now they're plunging. Anyway, regardless of the direction Magath is taking them, why do Clubs always refer to their sacked players by their first names? Is this their way of avoiding the wrath of the fans? "Oh we loved Brede, but we just couldn't help but sack him. Lovely Brede forced us into it. Brede abandoned our wonderful fans by not agreeing to leave with a smile and a jaunty wave, and relieve poor old us and our poor old fans of his extortionate wages. We love our fans but Brede, and only Brede, has let them down. Silly lovable Brede."

Posted 11:44am 10th July 2014

solskjaer99 (Manchester United) says...

16 months ago he didn't mention that he thought the club was moving in the wrong direction, are they complete cretins? 16 months ago Sir Alex Ferguson was still manager of Manchester United, who were cantering to the title. A lot can change in football in 16 months.

Posted 9:17am 10th July 2014

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