Tricky Trees Chopped
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Fulham’s fifth Championship win on the spin and an unheard of sixth consecutive league home victory saw off the challenge of Aitor Karanka’s new-look Nottingham Forest at Craven Cottage on Saturday, as the Whites went up to the dizzying heights of fifth in the Championship table. The game threw up plenty of talking points, with the match chat centred around Fulham’s frustrating inability to start halves well, their excellent habit of scoring late goals, the return to life of Stefan Johansen, the impact of Aleksander Mitrovic and the assured quality of Matt Targett. Whilst good performances all round are a good thing, it throws up a bit of a selection headache for Jokanovic, with his three strikers one issue; the six loanees fighting for five spaces another; and 20 players of first-team calibre chomping at the bit for selection a further complication. As Drew says, however, these are good problems to have. There’s plenty of time for questions at the end as Dom retains his secretarial duties for a second week…