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The highly-rated German midfielder is the eighth summer signing by the relegated side

Magath’s history is of a man who makes an instant impact before eventually falling out spectacularly with the men who hired him

Felix Magath unveiling: New manager 'sure' Fulham will avoid relegation

The new coach sees a willing amongst the players to beat the drop

Riding the storm: Manager Rene Meulensteen

Rene Meulensteen, Alan Curbishley and Ray Wilkins formally leave Fulham following appointment of Felix Magath

The German manager brings in first-team coach Tomas Oral and conditioning coach Werner Leuthard

Ray Wilkins (right) and Alan Curbishley lasted less than two months at Fulham

After being sacked by Fulham, Ray Wilkins reveals he is suffering from same condition as Darren Fletcher

There were rumours that the former Fulham assistant manager had a drinking problem

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Ray Wilkins (right) and Alan Curbishley lasted less than two months at Fulham

Rapid Fulham exits for Alan Curbishley and Ray Wilkins following arrival of Felix Magath

Technical director and coach dismissed as club continue the changes that started with Felix Magath's appointment as replacement for former manager Rene Meulensteen

New appointment Felix Magath

Felix Magath ready to get down to business at Fulham, but futures of Rene Meulensteen, Alan Curbishley and Ray Wilkins remain unclear

Very little has been confirmed regarding the coaching staff at Craven Cottage since Magath was brought in on Friday night with the club yet to confirm whether Rene Meulensteen has left

New appointment Felix Magath

Comment: Fulham could learn from the Paolo Di Canio episode after appointing Felix Magath as manager

The German could provide a quick fix, but that doesn't necessarily make him the best option long term

Steven Gerrard buries an injury time penalty for Liverpool against Fulham

Fulham 2 Liverpool 3: Rene Meulensteen says Fulham deserved draw after Steven Gerrard penalty snatches it away

The Cottagers were on the verge of adding a point to their season tally

Steven Gerrard shows off his guns after Liverpool fired back from behind to beat Fulham

Fulham 2 Liverpool 3 match report: Steven Gerrard scores late penalty to save Liverpool after Kolo Toure slice of comedy

Captain's penalty in added time salvages all three points after Ivorian defender had opened the scoring with an own goal early on

Martin Skrtel gets Liverpool off and running with a goal after just 53 seconds

Fulham v Liverpool: Premier League match preview

A look ahead to this weekend's Premier League fixture at Craven Cottage

Martin Skrtel gets Liverpool off and running with a goal after just 53 seconds

Steve Sidwell v Steven Gerrard: Head-to-head analysis ahead of the clash between Fulham and Liverpool

Check out all the vital statistics concerning the two sides' midfielders ahead of this week's Premier League meeting at Craven Cottage

Ravel Morrison was coached by Rene Meulensteen at Manchester United

Transfer news: Fulham must concede defeat in Ravel Morrison pursuit, at least for now says Rene Meulensteen

The speculation seemed to distract the West Ham youngster

Fulham will be wary of Daniel Sturridge

Premier League preview: A look at all the vital statistics ahead of this week's games, including Arsenal v Manchester United

Every team is in action this week with Fulham hosting Liverpool and Tottenham travelling to Newcastle. Providers of the largest online database for detailed football statistics WhoScored.com preview all of the matches

John W Henry has criticised Fulham for not dealing with the Tube strike

Fulham v Liverpool: Liverpool owner John W Henry slams Cottagers but match will go ahead after Tube strike suspended

Henry highlighted that Arsenal, West Ham and Leyton Orient had all planned to go ahead with their matches in the capital despite the latest London Underground strike whereas Fulham were looking to postpone theirs

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