If this was a school report for Fulham it might read: ‘Has done well at times, but needs to me more consistent. I expect more from him next term.’
Player of the month Sone Aluko has a theory as to why.
He believes the side he joined from Hill in the summer caught sides napping in August because they were so abject last season.
Barely escaping relegation, and then only thanks to the goals of Ross McCormack and Moussa Dembele, the others thought Fulham would struggle again.
After all, both of the hit men had gone.
But a heartening defeat of Newcastle on opening night boosted confidence and led to a decent August.
By September, other sides had sussed them out, and they struggled.
October was a bit of both until the month’s final game when they hammered Huddersfield 5-0 - even the players were surprised it all gelled in one go.
The follow-up win against Brentford, and like Newcastle, on live TV, was equally emphatic.
It also has something to do with a side that saw a lot of late August arrivals in a close season turnaround of 32 comings and goings.
By the time the dust settled, Fulham had enough new players for a complete team and three subs - and all over the pitch.
This time last year they had signed seven and only one, Tom Cairney, looked the real deal.
In a nutshell, the current new faces are a lot better than the class of 2015-16, but we could still do with your ratings on them.
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