Fulham's Ashkan Dejagah (R) and Sascha Riether react after they drew 2-2 with Hull City in their English Premier League soccer match at Craven Cottage in London April 26, 2014. (REUTERS/Andrew Winning)
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Felix Magath is not fearing for his job even if Fulham's turbulent season ends in relegation from the Premier League, the 60-year-old who has never experienced such a fate as a manger said Thursday.Fulham are 19th in the 20-team league and probably need to win their last two matches against Stoke City and London rivals Crystal Palace to have a chance of ensuring their 13-season membership of the topflight does not come to an end. Fulham seemed set for a vital win when leading 2-0 with 15 minutes to go before Hull struck twice to make Fulham's survival task significantly tougher and leave Magath facing relegation for the first time as a coach.Magath became Fulham's third manager this season when he took over from the sacked Rene Meulensteen Feb. 14 .
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