Meulensteen criticised Fulham’s “unacceptable” performance after losing 3-0 to Southampton on Saturday, and pay per head services also believe that they didn’t play like they should have.
Fulham fell even further in the Premier League table after a capitulation in the second-half that saw Southampton clinch their first win at Craven Cottage for over 66 years, something that thrilled many fans and price per head services.
With 64 minutes gone, pay per head services saw that Adam Lallana opened the scoring for the visitors, before goals by Rickie Lambert and Jay Rodriguez gave Fulham their 17th league loss this season.
Cardiff City’s 2-1 victory over Norwich City was able to move the team ahead of the London club, who are now sitting three points adrift of safety, and pay per head services learned that Fulham coach Meulensteen criticised his men.
“It typifies a little bit the last couple of games,” Meulensteen told Sky Sports.
“We’ve had really good first-half performances where we should get in front.
“Then a sort of fluky clearance from them, we’re out of position, a good finish from Lallana and it’s in the back of the net.
“The problem is that after that we conceded two more goals in 10 minutes and that is, at Premier League level, unacceptable.
“I didn’t think we played well enough going forward to turn them and to create chances for ourselves. Especially at home, that is what you should be able to do.”
Meulensteen did admit that Fulham’s position in the league is an accurate reflection of their displays this season, but the coach and pay per head services know that there is plenty of time to change things.
“You have to be realistic and you have to not hide from the fact that you are where you are,” Meulensteen added. “You are there for a reason because you haven’t scored enough goals and you have conceded too many.
“We keep working ever so hard on it on the training pitch and in this transfer window we have changed a few things around.
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“Hopefully a few more faces will lift the place because that’s what we need to do, keep lifting ourselves and keep reminding ourselves that there is still a lot of games to play for.”