Fulham owner Shahid Khan has apologised to the supporters admitting he has let them down.
The Cottagers’ demotion was confirmed following their 4-1 bashing at the hands of Watford. They became the second team after Huddersfield Town to get relegated to the Championship.
Khan infused over £100m on new players in the summer but couldn’t see out the season in the top flight. Following the dismissal of Slavisa Jokanovic and Claudio Ranieri, the London giants gave the charge to Scott Parker but the damage had already been done and as a result, they will be back in the second tier next season.
Shaid Khan said, “Our results over the past three months were as troubling for me and everyone associated with our Club as I know they were for you.
“Last night’s outcome made official what we didn’t think would be possible in August and tried desperately to remedy and avoid as the season wore on. For me, that makes today the most difficult day of all.
“I am sorry that we let you down. Our goal this season was to build on what we achieved in promotion and deliver on our pledge to invest heavily in the squad, ensuring that Fulham would always compete in the Premier League and, no matter the result, never disappoint.