Last Updated: Tue, 01 Oct 2013 13:14
Martin Jol reportedly fears it's only a matter of time before he will be sacked by Fulham with doubts over his future at board level.
The Dutchman is believed to be under significant pressure at Craven Cottage after a difficult start to the season.
Jol's side sit in the bottom three in the Premier League after six games and plenty of fans voiced their anger at the manager at the end of Saturday's home defeat against Cardiff.
New owner Shahid Khan has been publicly supportive but reports suggest club directors are increasingly concerned that Jol will not be able to arrest the slide down the table and are already looking for potential successors.
Jol may have this weekend's game at home to Stoke to save his job but another poor result could well signal his exit.
Former Sunderland and Aston Villa boss Martin O'Neill, ex-Brighton boss Gus Poyet and former Manchester United coach Rene Meulensteen are all thought to be under consideration if the Cottagers hierarchy do decide to dispense with Jol.
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