Fulham fans vent their anger at Claudio Ranieri and Tony Khan with a flag in St Mary's


Fulham fans vented their anger towards Claudio Ranieri and Tony Khan with a flag while they saw that their side was on the road again.

Southampton defeated the Whites 2-0 in St Mary's in what was a crucial relegation six-wager between the two, but despite the size of the game, the far side never seemed to stand up.

That defeat means that they are now ten points less safe in the Premier League with only ten games to play, but their next three home games are all against Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool while they are facing a trip to Leicester City.

It is hard to see where the next victory is coming from and fans let their frustrations and anger be heard in St Mary's with a number of chants directed to the manager and Khan Jnr, including & # 39; Looking at Tony Khan? & # 39; as well as countless chants of & # 39; you do not know what you are doing & # 39; aimed at Ranieri in making his replacements.

There was also a section of fans who presented banners during the second half, including the Slavisa: Making Fulham Great Again & # 39; banner, a reference to former boss Slavisa Jokanovic and his spell at the club, as well as a reference to Khan Jnr, who read & # 39; Risk-free? Are you watching Tony Khan? & # 39 ;, A reference to how owner Shahid Khan described the Italian's appointment in January.

It really feels like fans' opinion goes so far against Ranieri that there is no return for the Italian, and with games against three of the top six that come up with Chelsea next, it seems that it continues.

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