Fulham owner Shahid Khan has sacked Felix Magath following a disastrous start to life in the Championship
Fulham manager Felix Magath remained defiant after seeing his side capitulate 5-3 at Nottingham Forest to remain rooted to the foot of the table.
Despite their sixth defeat in seven Sky Bet Championship outings, the German said: "I am completely confident in my job."
Magath saw his side come from two goals down to lead 3-2, only to concede three goals in the last 13 minutes as Forest reclaimed top spot.
"I don't think about my position. I just work with my team. They played very well and scored three times. We were very unlucky.
"I understand the fans' frustrations. I'm very sad we are bottom with one point. It is terrible for the players, myself and the supporters."
Another disappointing night for the Premier League's best in Europe, as Manchester City lost to a late goal at Bayern Munich, while Chelsea could only manage a draw at home to another Bundesliga side, Schalke 04.
Former Ukraine midfielder Andriy Husin has died at the age of 41, the nation's football federation has announced.
Local reports say Husin, who won 71 caps for his country, was killed in a motorcycle accident on a race track in the Ukraine capital.
Husin was a defensive midfielder who spent most of his career with Dynamo Kiev, where he won seven league titles, four Ukraine Cups and also helped the club reach the semi-finals of the Champions League in 1999, where they lost to Bayern Munich.
West Ham assistant boss Neil McDonald has turned down the chance to become Carlisle manager.
Sam Allardyce's number two was in the frame to replace the sacked Graham Kavanagh at the club where he previously had a spell in charge eight years ago.
But McDonald has decided to stay at Upton Park leaving the Cumbrians, currently bottom of League Two, looking elsewhere for a new boss.
Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone has admitted defeat in their Champions League opener at Olympiacos has piled the pressure on his side ahead of their next fixture against Juventus.
The Argentinian told the club's official website: "Olympiacos start from a very strong position to qualify and it makes us more uncomfortable to play at home against Juventus, who also started from a good position."
"I think the team attacked well, they had very clear chances in the first half, but they were hard on the attack.
"Olympiacos were precise when scoring and we weren't with the chances we had."