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Aina: Fulham Will Maintain Premier League Status Despite Poor Start

Aina: Fulham Will Maintain Premier League Status Despite Poor Start

Fulham defender Ola Aina insists the Cottagers will fight hard to maintain their Premier League status despite a poor start to the
season, reports Completesports.com.

Scott Parker’s side are winless in four league outings and occupy last position on the table.

The London club have scored three goals and conceded 13 times.

Fulham now face a tough battle in their bid to avoid relegation at the end of the campaign but Aina is adamant they are ready for the fight.

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“You know, we have like 30, 31 games left, so nobody should write off Fulham,” Aina told thesuperb.com.

“It’s a long season, and I’m sure if we continue to work hard and do the simple things and the right things, I’m sure that the club will be fine this season.”

Aina and his teammates will travel to Sheffield United for their next Premier League game on Sunday.

By Adeboye Amosu

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  • Igbekun Abo 10 months ago

    Fulham should be able to stay up due to the quality of players at their disposal.

  • That’s true I am just hoping Aina has continues as I feel he has won his place in this team as I predicted 2 weeks ago.

    ugo iwunze 2 weeks ago
    Guys again you prove to know nothing about professional Sports.

    Scott Parker is going to blood him in soon, it’s one of those situations where he just needs an unforeseen situation to give him a chance to step and stake a claim for a starting spot. the other player in the same position he plays is doing well. so it could be an injury or the next carabao cup match. once Ola Aina is listed he should stake his claim that’s what happens in teams where there is competition for places that is what grows a player and pushes them to rise to the occasion “COMPETITION”. If you remember Ola was signed a day before the last game they played prior to Villa. so he had not trained with the team properly and missed all their pre season preparations it could just be Parker wants him to learn their system properly first. Alot goes bon behind the scene in Club football it is not like national team football.

    Hence we say “Healthy competition” in a team can only breed success for that team.

  • Ademola Lookman looks to have made an impact too, his national team switch must be finalised quick so he can be called up for the Sierra Leone qualifier