Coleman: ‘Super’ Fulham can cut in the Premier League

Chris Coleman believes Fulham already have the team to cut it in the Premier League.

The Welshman, who played for and managed the Whites during a 10-year spell at Craven Cottage, saw his relegated Sunderland side lose there on Friday.

Fulham are third and a point behind second-placed Cardiff ahead of the final weekend of the season.

And Coleman said. “Fulham are a super team. Slavisa (Jokanovic) has done a great job. He’s a good manager.

“They can cut it in the Premier League. They may need to add to it here and there but, predominantly, they look good.

“This is a great club. I spent 10 years here and know the place inside out. I used to love playing here, and loved managing here.

“The atmosphere here at the night games is as good as anywhere in the country. This is still a ‘football ground’ and it hasn’t lost that atmosphere.

“So good luck to Fulham. But it’s not done yet because Cardiff will have something to say, no doubt. They’ve had a super season as well, with the experience of Neil (Warnock).”