EPL: Fulham join West Brom and Sheffield United as the final club to be relegated from the Premier League this season
Fulham joins hand with West Brom and Sheffield United as the final club to be relegated from Premier League.
Fulham had to avoid defeat against Burnley but they were unable to do away with the win and the Premier League Club lost 2-0 at home to Burnley on Monday in English top-flight. Fulham joins West Brom and Sheffield United as final club to be relegated from Premier League.
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London club Fulham will now join already-demoted West Brom and Sheffield United as the final club to be relegated from the Premier League this season. Fulham, West Bromwich Albion, and Sheffield United are in the second-tier Championship from the upcoming season.
Fulham will no longer play in Premier League anymore they will have to win in the second-tier Championship in order to make a come back to the Premier League. It is the biggest blow for the club this season to get relegated when they could have avoided it with a win it was a rollercoaster for the club. Game and Game away they lost and won but mostly lost and hence they are out and no longer sustain the English top-flight status.
“It has been looming but it doesn’t hide the disappointment, hurt, and sadness I feel tonight,” Fulham manager Scott Parker.
“It’s inevitable now. I am gutted. Tonight, is how the season has gone at times. Between the two boxes, we did very well. The difference was defensively the two goals we conceded were poor and in the final moment when you need to score and make good decisions, we did not have that.”
“We’ve had a relegation, a promotion, and a relegation. The rollercoaster of that and the highs and lows is not something you want. It is important for the club, it is important for the town,” Scott Parker said.
“It’s been a real challenging season with the sale of the club. There was not a lot of investment from the outgoing owners and we’ve had a lot of injury problems,” he added.