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|Fulham manager Martin Jol disappointed after Europa Exit|
Fulham manager Martin Jol expressed his disappointment after his side's defeat at the hands of Odense, resulting which the Cottagers were stunningly knocked out of the Europa League.
A victory would have sealed a sure-shot entry to the next round for the English Premier League side and they were well on their way to securing all three points at half time courtesy goals from Clint Dempsey and Kerim Frei.
Senegalese forward Baye Djiby Fall headed in a terrific cross with the last touch of the game that saw Wisla Krakow progress at the Fulham's expense.
Martin Jol spoke to Sky Sports after the match "It was the last cross of the match, so I'm very, very disappointed,"
"They scored a goal from a free-kick and the wall was probably not in the right position.
"We couldn't get forward; we didn't do what we did in the first half. It was totally different."
The ex-Ajax boss feels that his side should have attacked more in the second half instead of dropping deep and trying to protect the lead.
"We didn't do that enough. To give two goals away is very disappointing."
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