Slavisa Jokanovic has two games to save his job at Fulham.
As revealed by Mirror Sport, the 50-year-old Cottagers boss is under pressure with his side now in the bottom three.
There is concern from above at their inability to stop conceding goals with particular alarm at the fact that struggling Cardiff were able to put four back Jokanovic’s side on Saturday.
Club chiefs are of the opinion that, following their £100million summer expenditure, they should not be in the position they find themselves.
Fulham have conceded 12 goals in their last three Premier League games. The 21 they have shipped in total is the most in the entire division so far.
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They now host Bournemouth and, after a League Cup tie at Manchester City, they go to fellow strugglers Huddersfield.
It is understood it is the two League games that will have a bearing on Jovanovic’s future rather than the trip to the Etihad.
Fulham have managed to win just one top-flight match this season, their 4-2 victory at home to Burnley on August 26.
Jokanovic joined Fulham in December 2015. He led the club to promotion beating Aston Villa in the Play-Off Final in May.
He now has less than a year left to run on the contract he signed in February 2017 after putting talks over fresh terms on hold.
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