Martin Jol bemons lack of "cutting edge"

Jol bemoans lack of
© PA Photos
Martin Jol believes that Fulham were deserving of victory in their goalless draw with Norwich at Carrow Road.

Fulham manager Martin Jol believes that they were worthy of taking victory from their 0-0 stalemate with Norwich City this afternoon.

The Cottagers enjoyed 56% of possession at Carrow Road, but could not convert their time on the ball into clear-cut chances.

Jol said: "I thought we could have had three points. We were the better team in the first half, but we didn't exploit that because we didn't have a cutting edge in attack. So it's disappointing.

"But I thought we did okay. Our preparation wasn't good because we had some injuries, so I'm happy with how the new players did."

The point lifted Fulham one place to 12th in the Premier League table.

Grant Holt, Wesley Hoolahan
Read Next:
Team News: Holt out, Becchio makes full Norwich debut
>
You May Like
Recomended from Sports Mole



Tables
TeamPWDLFAGDPTS
1Wolverhampton WanderersWolves18132335161941
2Cardiff CityCardiff18114325131237
3Sheffield UnitedSheff Utd18120631201136
4Aston Villa189542617932
5Bristol City188732718931
6Middlesbrough188552415929
7Derby CountyDerby178542620629
8Nottingham ForestNott'm Forest189092627-127
9Ipswich TownIpswich178273026426
10Leeds UnitedLeeds188282724326
11Sheffield WednesdaySheff Weds186752321225
12Preston North EndPreston186752120125
13Brentford185852624223
14Fulham185852424023
15Norwich CityNorwich186571622-623
16Queens Park RangersQPR185672026-621
17Barnsley175572323020
18Millwall184771919019
19Reading175482023-319
20Hull City184683032-218
21Birmingham CityBirmingham184311927-1815
22Burton Albion1835101235-2314
23Bolton WanderersBolton182791531-1613
24Sunderland181892335-1211