Just as Jol
hadn't been sacked when Meulensteen was appointed, Meulensteen hadn't been sacked when Magath was appointed.
Khan decided Jol
had to go after Saturday's 3-0 loss at West Ham, a sixth defeat in a row for the Cottagers.
's fellow Dutchman Rene Meulensteen, brought in last month to assist Jol
, will take over the top job.
Sources inside Craven Cottage believe Jol
has given up the fight to keep his job and has convinced himself he is doomed.
refuses to panic as the pressure grows on himself and his team.
out" was chanted on several occasions during Saturday's 3-1 home defeat by Manchester United, which came on the back of losses at Southampton and second-tier Leicester.
caught a flight from Holland to Manchester to be interviewed by Ferguson, and the Scot was impressed with what the Dutchman, who was then managing RKC Waalwijk, had to say.
Talks are being held with the coach as club chairman Shahid Khan (above) prepares to give Jol
insisted that the player he brought to Fulham last summer has nothing to prove in the fourth-round clash.
However, RPSPORT's Dan Childs believes Jol
can calm the growing frustrations with a win at Bloomfield Road on a busy night of cup action.
admits his biggest problem is keeping a squad happy with so many striking options.
But the 32-year-old came through a reserve outing on Wednesday unscathed, leading Dutchman Jol
to suggest he could yet make his comeback in South Wales.