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Parker: We don’t owe Mourinho

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“Somebody tells somebody who tells somebody who tells somebody and it arrives to somebody else.

Scott Parker said Fulham do not owe anyone an apology after they made light of their fury at having to play Tottenham at just 48 hours notice by earning a deserved 1-1 draw.



“Myself and this football club owe no one an apology because you can talk from the outside and people can see what they want to see and work out what the script was but it was far from that,” he said.



Parker called the Premier League’s decision on Monday to cram this rearranged game into the Wednesday night slot “scandalous” (which was ridiculous) after a recent outbreak of coronavirus at the club, yet Spurs counterpart Jose Mourinho said the Cottagers should have to say sorry to everyone if they named a strong team.

Mourinho pointed to the missed chances, but also suggested his defence was not individually good enough.

They did that, with 10 of the players who played their last Premier League game on Boxing Day in the starting line-up, and Parker was rewarded with a performance that he described as “immense”.

Former Spurs midfielder Parker, who also played under Mourinho at Chelsea, was in bullish mood after the game.
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