Tom Cairney goal earns Premier League promotion for Fulham

Ruben Holloway
May 28, 2018

Aston Villa's failure to reach the Premier League could push forward their attempts to bring in Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Sean Clare.

Villa, owned by Chinese businessman Tony Xia, paid the price for a limp first half and are faced with a third successive season outside the Premier League, a stark reality given a reduction in the parachute payments could lead to the sale of their stars. Khan, who is worth around £7bn, moved from Pakistan to the United States with $500 in his pocket and here Fulham exited with a jackpot that could be worth £280m if they stay up next season.

He is a player of Premier League quality after some impressive showings for Saints, and he often grabbed any opportunities that came his way with both hands.

Indeed League One sides have been enquiring, however noises from Clare's camp suggest the feeling is he can play at a higher level than that where he featured on loan last season with Gillingham.

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Grealish raced to head just over with the goal gaping before Hourihane's cross-shot threatened, but Fulham were looking risky on the break and Aleksandar Mitrovic nodded wide.

Fulham manager Slavisa Jokanovic believes playing the "best football in the Championship" could give his side the edge for the Championship play-off final.

But although Fulham had an average age of three years younger than Villa, there was no sign of stage-fright from Jokanovic's team.

The Sun says the Chelsea and England legend is set to head a summer exodus of big earners out of the club as the harsh financial reality of the 2-1 play-off final defeat by Fulham begins to bite.

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Yet again, it was Ryan Sessegnon, Fulham's teenage prodigy, who created the defining moment.

But he added: "We must adapt ourselves". He stamped on Jack Grealish, right in front of me.

West Brom, Stoke and Swansea have all been alerted by Jack Grealish's future at Aston Villa, according to a report from The Guardian, as cited on the Stoke Sentinal. It is stunning how one goal from a 27-year old Scotsman could earn a team over $125 million for next season.

This was no coincidental collision, Fredericks knew exactly what he was doing and a red card should have been given.

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"In my eyes, over the past two seasons, we've been the best team in this league".

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