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Rene Meulensteen will take charge of his first Fulham match against Tottenham

Fulham v Tottenham: Rene Meulensteen targets 'work rate and discipline' in bid to escape relegation battle

The Dutchman takes charge of his first match following the departure of Martin Jol

Martin Jol (left) walks off the pitch after Fulham's defeat to Swansea

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The Cottagers currently occupy one of the relegation places

Rene Meulensteen and Martin Jol

Martin Jol reveals he masterminded arrival of former Manchester United coach Rene Meulensteen

The Dutch pair will work together to turn Fulham's season around

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Liverpool v Fulham: Martin Jol claims Luis Suarez is the best player in the world inside the penalty box

The Uruguyan will hope to continue his strong run of form when the Cottagers visit Anfield today

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Liverpool v Fulham: Bryan Ruiz can handle the heckles, says Martin Jol

The Costa Rica international has become a source of frustration for Fulham fans

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Fulham 1 Stoke 0 match report: Darren Bent strikes lucky to ease pressure on uneasy Martin Jol

Win gives Jol just his second win of the season and lifts the Cottagers out of the relegation zone

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Sunderland 0 Fulham 1 match report: Pajtim Kasami Martin Jol's hunch as he stuns Sunderland

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Hat-trick from striker Sturridge saw Liverpool overturn a one goal deficit and secure three points for Brendan Rodgers' side

Dimitar Berbatov alongside Gareth Bale in Fulham's 1-0 win over Spurs

Tottenham 0 Fulham 1 match report: Dimitar Berbatov and Martin Jol return to haunt Spurs

Fulham striker scores only goal of the game as Spurs' top four ambitions are dealt blow

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Sascha Riether keen to remain at Fulham beyond loan spell

Right-back scored against Sunderland at the weekend

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