Despite losing 3-0 to Wolfsburg yesterday in what was a poor display by all accounts, it's Slavisa Jokanovic post match comments that everyone is talking about at the moment.
He discussed at length the club's transfer policy and how his list of potential recruits had been ignored, going on to talk about his worry that Sone Aluko will be sold by the club's recruitment department.
A week before the season starts, this is the last thing you either want or need at Fulham .
There were a lot of talking points thrown up in the game - here's what we discovered from the final pre-season friendly of the campaign.
Jokanovic wants more signings
This was fairly obvious from the manager's post match comments - he wants quality added to the squad and he wants that quality added sharpish.
So far the recruitment team have added Marcelo Djalo, Ibrahima Cisse, Oliver Norwood, Tomas Kalas and Lucas Piazon to the squad, but that ever important striker still alludes them.
Jokanovic is delighted that Kalas and Piazon have returned and he has said as much while Norwood looked a class act in the middle of the park yesterday, but you get the impression he is not comfortable with Marcelo at centre back.
There was only six subs on the bench yesterday, two of those keepers, and with Tom Cairney, Neeskens Kebano and Kevin McDonald all out injured the depth in the squad looks a bit worrying with less than seven days to go until the season opener.
David Button doesn't look happy at Fulham
Booing him before he came on, booing him when he was on and sarcastically jeering when he punted a ball forward is going to make any keeper a tad nervous, but especially when it's your own.
The former Brentford man looks like a man trapped in his worst nightmare at Fulham and he does not look happy whatsoever - I wouldn't be either if my supporters sarcastically cheered when I launched the ball over the Riverside Stand and into the Thames.
Button looks nervy when playing and was caught in possession once again, this time by Mario Gomez, and although he recovered to pull off a good save you have to wonder if his unhappiness at the club has now gotten the better of him and is transferring through into his football.
A solution needs to be found for this situation and it needs to be found soon, whether that be helping Button's mental side or by signing a new goalkeeper for the season.
Clubs are circling for Sone Aluko
We learned from Jokanovic's post match comments that he is worried about losing Aluko, with GetWestLondon understanding several bids have been rejected for the forward.
The Fulham manager clearly holds Aluko in high regard, naming him as captain for the pre-season games Tom Cairney has missed and he does not want to lose him.
From a business sense, Aluko signed on a free last summer so a bid of £4m odd would mean £4m profit, which is nothing to be sniffed at.
But that isn't Jokanovic's world, his world is football and you don't get promoted by selling your best players to rival clubs.
He obviously feels Aluko is a big part of his Fulham side and how he wants them to play, and with the lack of signings coming into the club at the moment selling Aluko just before the season starts would be a bad move in my books.
The pressure is on already
Fulham will have to perform a hundred times better than they did against Wolfsburg next week against Norwich to have any hope of taking the three points in the Championship opener.
They played some decent stuff for periods, but for a lot of the game they were starved of possession and couldn't get near the Germans.
John Brooks' opening goal was a poor one to concede - the marking was non-existent and it was such a simple goal to give away.
The teams that will get promoted this season won't be giving those type of goals away.
Mario Gomez is a class act, but for his second goal he lost Marcelo too easily in the Fulham box, allowing him to nod it past Button with ease - it looked like the Spaniard didn't have a clue where the German was at any stage during that attack, allowing him space and time eight yards out from goal.
Fulham know they need to do better next week or it'll be a slow start to the season once again.