Pay per head sportsbooks saw that on Sunday, Fulham saw their 13-year Premier League stay come to an end after a 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace at home.
The west London outfit’s relegation was already confirmed before the season-ending match, and coach Felix Magath showed his hand when he played youngsters Chris David and Cauley Woodrow, who both scored, and pay per head sportsbooks saw a great performance by the players.
Magath previously spoke about his admiration for Fulham’s young prospects, who made it to the FA Youth Cup final this year, and price per head services can see that the indication is that he will lean on them in the Championship campaign next season.
Williams – who in 2012 moved from Portsmouth to Fulham – is only 20, but pay per head sportsbooks saw that he had an excellent season on loan at Oxford United, impressing many fans.
And price per head services were very happy to see that the player’s form was rewarded with a new deal that can be extended by another year.
A statement by Fulham read: “We are pleased to confirm that Ryan Williams has signed a new two-year contract until June 2016, with the club holding an option to extend the deal by a further year.
“The 20-year-old spent the 2013/14 campaign on loan at Oxford United, and impressed during his time with the Sky Bet League Two outfit.
“Featuring 42 times in all competitions, the Australian winger scored eight goals for the U’s as they finished the season in eighth position – one place off the play-offs.”
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Pay per head sportsbooks know that Williams, who played for Australia at youth levels, is the younger brother of Rhys Williams, Middlesbrough utility player.
Fulham’s fans all over the world will continue to follow developments on Williams, and pay per head sportsbooks believe that he can continue to be a great addition to the club.