It was joy or misery - depending on which end of the Fulham Palace Road you came from - there’s no other way to describe it.
Last September at Craven Cottage, Fulham were 3-0 ahead after just 31 minutes - and as if it wasn’t bad enough for Rs boss Chris Ramsey, he got his nose rubbed in it when lack-lustre Tjaronn Chery was brought off four minutes after the third Whites goal and then paraded around the back of the Putney End goal to milk applause.
Ross McCormack banged in a final coffin nail, and Fulham have never looked so potent - before or since.
Moussa Dembele started the rot just two minutes in. Ben Pringle then drove into the corner beyond keeper Rob Green's left hand, and McCormack also scored before wrapping up the win for his brace.
There’s no respite for a beaten boss at the Cottage. There’s no slinking off left or right and down a tunnel to drown your sorrows.
It’s a goading gauntlet of diagonal walk across the pitch from dugout to changing rooms, and Ramsey looked a forlorn character at the end as he made the trudge.
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