Hugo Rodallega admits team morale is low

Hugo Rodallega celebrates scoring his team's second goal on December 10, 2012
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Fulham striker Hugo Rodallega admits that the side are low on morale following their 4-2 defeat to Reading on Saturday.

Fulham striker Hugo Rodallega has revealed that the squad were "very down" after their 4-2 defeat to Reading on Saturday.

The Cottagers are without a win in their last six Premier League games and still not mathematically safe from avoiding the drop.

Rodallega, who came on in the 27th minute, admitted that he feels bad about the poor result, but urged his teammates to get their heads up for the upcoming clash against Liverpool.

"The game was a little complicated as we were 1-0 down early, which was a bit of a surprise for us," Rodallega told the club's official website.

"He (manager Martin Jol{ wanted me to play in attack with Berba (Dimitar Berbatov) and to try and give the Reading defenders more problems.

"I was happy with the way I played when I came on. I feel bad that we lost the game and the boys are very down, but we must keep our heads up for the next match against Liverpool as they are a big team and we need the three points."

Rodallega has made 28 Premier League appearances for Fulham so far this season.

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