Slaviša Jokanović says Fulham will keep faith that their passing approach will bring them success in the Championship, as they prepare to face Nottingham Forest. Some fans have called on the Cottagers to adopt a different mentality, following a slightly stuttering start to the campaign that has seen the London club notch up only two wins so far.
Mark Warburton has dropped a broad hint that Ben Osborn will return to the starting XI for Nottingham Forest when they face Fulham, after revealing the midfielder was only left on the bench at Aston Villa because of a minor injury. Osborn made a positive impact when he came off the bench at Villa Park, adding some much-needed drive and urgency in the centre of the pitch, as the Reds produced a much improved second half display in the West Midlands.
Mark Warburton firmly believes his footballing ethos will be successful at Nottingham Forest – and has told his players they must retain the same faith. The slick passing approach the Reds boss demands from his side requires absolute confidence and bravery, if it is to work. And, ahead of the visit of a Fulham side with an almost identical ethos, Warburton has urged his players to have confidence in their own ability and quality, as they return to action at the City Ground.
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