Jol down after defeat
By Stephen Bateman
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Martin Jol was disappointed to see his side leave Craven Cottage empty handed.
Martin Jol admitted he was disappointed to see his Tottenham side leave Craven Cottage empty-handed after Carlos Bocanegra's injury time winner stole the points for Fulham.
The Tottenham boss tinkered with his formation prior to the game, and afterwards he was left trying to establish exactly what had happened when Fulham's Luis Boa Morte exchanged angry words with his assistant manager Chris Hughton.
"It was a bit out of order," said Jol. "He didn't say something but he gave my assistant a bit of bad air to say the least.
"We changed formation with Robbie Keane on the left and Jermain Defoe up front on his own. [On the goal] we defended too deep. It can happen.
"We should have scored in the first half. We put four or five crosses in.
"We had two or three half chances as well. I think we deserved at least a point."
Spurs have confirmed that they are in talks with Charlton Athletic's Danny Murphy and it is understood the midfielder has already undergone a medical at White Hart Lane.
With time running out for a deal, Charlton boss Alan Curbishley confirmed something "could happen" before the deadline.
"If it happens, it will be of Danny's doing," explained the Addicks chief.