Martin Jol fears Fulham sack inevitable

Manager Martin Jol of Fulham looks dejected during the Barclays Premier League match between Fulham and Cardiff City at Craven Cottage on September 28, 2013
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Fulham boss Martin Jol reportedly feels that he is extremely unlikely to be in charge at Craven Cottage for much longer.

Fulham manager Martin Jol has reportedly resigned himself to being on borrowed time at Craven Cottage after a poor start to the campaign.

Jol is under pressure in West London after losing four of his last five Premier League games, including last weekend's 2-1 home defeat to newly-promoted Cardiff City.

The Dutchman was roundly booed by home fans following that last-gasp loss to Cardiff and privately believes that he will unable to win back their support, according to The Mirror.

Poor home form is thought to be the primary concern of Fulham directors, with just one point earned in their last seven league games at Craven Cottage.

Fulham's new owner Shahid Khan has yet to publicly voice any concerns, but that has not stopped Jol feeling that his two-year spell at the club is likely to be over in the near future.

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