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Fulham FC has fired manager Felix Magath. Chairman Shahid Khan named Kit Symons, who coaches Fulham's under-21 team, as caretaker manager of the club.

By SI Wire
September 18, 2014

Fulham FC has fired manager Felix Magath, the club announced Thursday

Chairman Shahid Khan named Kit Symons, who coaches Fulham's under-21 team, as caretaker manager of the club and said he will "personally and immediately lead a thorough search for the new First Team manager."

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Fulham, the club of 18-year-old recent U.S. men's national team call-up Emerson Hyndman, has six losses and one tie in seven English League Championship games this season.

"This is an unfortunate but necessary change," Khan said. "I am doing what I feel is right and needed for Fulham Football Club, for today as well as tomorrow. I thank our supporters for standing by us during these most difficult of times on the pitch, and promise better days ahead."

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After a 5-3 loss to Nottingham Forest on Wednesday, Magath told BBC radio that Fulham's season is "a catastrophe" that he had never seen in his career and asked for patience from fans.

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