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The German was axed amid bad results and even more terrible stories

Fulham manager Felix Magath

Felix 'the dictator' Magath has been brutal in rebuilding Fulham – and results this season scream it's not working

Magath has relied on youngsters this season with senior players beings shut out - but four defeats in four suggest it might not be the way forward

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The former owner claims his successor Shahid Khan asked for it back, to which he was told "no way"

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Nikica Jelavic celebrates and takes the ball back to the half way line after pulling one back for Hull

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