Fulham have struggled to find their feet in the Premier League this season, with another defeat coming against Everton yesterday.
The Cottagers are yet to replicate the form that they displayed during the second half of last season as they find themselves near the bottom of the table. And, to make matters worse, it looks as if they’re going to be without two of their first team players, as according to Football.london, Joe Bryan came off nursing a hamstring injury and Timothy Fosu-Mensah was forced off with a shoulder injury.
Fulham duo Timothy Fosu-Mensah and Joe Bryan were taken off as a result of injuries in the 3-0 defeat to Everton at Goodison Park on Saturday afternoon.
Sadly, the Manchester United loanee lasted just seven minutes of the tie before he was forced off with a shoulder injury, while Bryan came off in the final ten minutes nursing a hamstring injury.
And, it’s thought that the left-back will be out for a few weeks, while the right-back will be further assessed.
Both players have impressed so far this season and will no doubt play a huge part in the London club’s campaign, but they’ll have to go on without them for now after yesterday’s horrors.
This certainly won’t help Slavisa Jokanovic’s side find their feet in the Premier League as they’ll have to work extra hard on ensuring defensive solidity from now on.
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