Claudio Ranieri is confident of securing Premier League survival with Fulham by turning his players into fighters. The 67-year-old was on Wednesday appointed Fulham boss, as owner Shahid Khan sacked Slavisa Jokanovic with the Cottagers bottom of the Premier League and beaten in each of their last seven games in all competitions.
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The experienced Italian tactician insists the Cottagers, without a win in seven games in all competitions and bottom of the table after 12 league games, can survive, which is the single task he has been given by Khan.
He added: “I believe. I am mad, but not stupid. I believe. “I look always forward. I’m an ambitious man. I believe I have good players. “Now I have to choose players who show me fighting spirit. With quality, fighting spirit and unity, the players help each other.
“I try to improve the fighting spirit of all my players. They have to show me this: heart. Our family is on the pitch. “They must think this. We have to save our family. Show me, how do you want to save your family? It’s clear, very easy.”