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Steve Sidwell gives terrifying insight into Fulham training sessions under Felix Magath

Fulham's players were forced to come in to training and stand still for 40 minutes after a loss

Felix Magath. The gift that keeps on giving.

For starters, he’s the man who once prescribed cheese to treat Brede Hangeland’s knee injury.

Former players have described him as a dictator and now Steve Sidwell, who played under the German at Fulham, has given us a look into his regime.


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Now, we’ve not taken Bayern Munich to the Bundesliga title on two separate occasions.

But getting professional footballers to stand still for 40 minutes can’t do much good for the morale.

So how did Fulham get on under Magath?

Stay out of his way

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Stay out of his way

He oversaw a relegation and a run of eleven games without a win in the Championship before losing his job.

But the local cheese shops in west London saw record profit with Magath in town.

You win some, you lose some.