Union chiefs are preparing to probe Martin Jol's alleged habit of fining his players.
Union chiefs could hold talks with Fulham stars over Martin Jol's alleged habit of handing out fines to his players.
Yesterday it was revealed that Jol fined Pajtim Kasami £500 after he missed a penalty during Fulham's Carling Cup defeat to Chelsea, reasoning that he was not the designated kicker.
Fulham shop steward Brede Hangeland will discuss the row with the PFA's Bobby Barnes.
"I will bring it up with Brede. I've never heard of anything like this before and it could set a dangerous precedent," Barnes said.
Jol took the reins at Fulham in June this year after leaving Ajax in December 2010.