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Fulham's woeful start to the season continued when they were thrashed 5-1 at Derby to pile the pressure on manager Felix Magath.
His young side looked worryingly frail at the back and fell apart as Derby ran riot in the second half with Chris Martin scoring twice.
Jamie Ward gave Derby a half-time lead and although Scott Parker equalised, Martin's double and strikes from Craig Bryson and Simon Dawkins made it a miserable day for relegated Fulham and Magath.
Felix Magath apologised to Fulham's fans after they lost 1-0 at home to Wolves to record their third straight Sky Bet Championship defeat.
Magath insists he is the man to turn things around, saying: "The message is sorry for the defeat but I can only ask for patience.
"We have a young team and I know it might be a tough beginning to the season but I am sure we are going the right way."
However the patience of chairman Shahid Khan, making a rare visit to Craven Cottage, may be starting to wear thin after his team of rookies - six starters were aged 21 or under - tasted defeat once again.
Magath added: "We met not only today but a few days ago, we talked about the situation and he knows the beginning of the season might be a difficult period if you changed a lot and have a young team.
"We need a win, sure. If we get three points it will build up our confidence. It's a long season so I don't worry about the situation now."
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