The team’s current boss needs his future to be clear in order to start thinking about rebuilding the club for the next season.
Fulham is currently in the 19th position of the English Premier League.
The team has been relegated to the Championship, and caretaker manager Scott Parker doesn’t know what the future holds for him.
“Not just for me, as a club ahead of what’s going to be a massive year, we need to have a clear idea of what way we are going to go,” he told The Sports Mole.
“We’re seven days away from ending the season and a lot of planning needs to go into next year. I’m sure it’ll come in due course.”
“We have shown real improvement and results have suggested that as well. Our main focus is planning for next year and what will be a massive campaign for us,” he added.
“My message has always been the same. I’ve enjoyed every minute of it. I want to be a manager and if it’s at Fulham, perfect. If it isn’t I’ll be a manager somewhere else. The owners will make the best decision for the club.”
“It was a massive moment for Harvey Elliott, I said to the boys he’s not entering the field for sentimental reasons or he’s a young kid and we want to give him a record. He deserves it,” he concluded.
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