MARTIN Jol cannot understand why some sections of the Craven Cottage crowd were calling for his head at the final whistle of this afternoon's stalemate with West Bromwich Albion.
Chants of 'Jol out' could be heard at full-time as Gareth McAuley headed in a dramatic injury-time equaliser to cancel out Steve Sidwell's first-half strike for the hosts.
The draw means Fulham are still waiting for their first home win of the campaign and leaves the Whites in 13th position in the Barclays Premier League.
Fulham manager Jol was surprised to hear the boos ring out in SW6 and believes a reality check is needed and warned of the negative effects the chants can have on the team.
Jol said: “Sometimes [booing the team] can be a habit. If we were bottom of the league I would understand it but we are 12th and a bit unfortunate – we should have had six points.
“They are disappointing these people [who boo the team]. I always say to the players it is always hard to fight expectations. Expectations can make you very unhappy.
“If you look at the players I have got in – good players and better players than ever before – if all the players were available we could create something nice. If not then it is not end of the world.
“We are 12th in league - it is not a big problem with the quality we've got. We played against Arsenal, Sunderland away we got a good result.
“Today we should have won but okay we are not bottom of the league with zero points. It's disappointing that there are some people that think otherwise.”
The games keep coming and don't get any easier for Fulham with a tricky looking derby clash with Chelsea to follow this draw with the Baggies.
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