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Former Fulham manager Felix Magath plans to stay in England and wait for the right offer to come along.
Magath's reputation took a knock during a troubled seven-month stint in the Cottagers' hotseat, but he insists he still has something to give - and that his future lies in England.
– Former Fulham manager Felix Magath
I'm going to stay in England and I will see what comes.I still believe my methods can still help at some clubs. I certainly don't doubt myself.
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."
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