The 31-year-old suggests that the "vast majority" of the players at Craven Cottage do not see eye-to-eye with the Dutch manager, which led to his move to QPR.
Queens Park Rangers forward Bobby Zamora has claimed that the "vast majority" or Fulham players are unhappy with Martin Jol and explained that his disagreements with the manager led to his transfer last January.
The 31-year-old striker reportedly fell out with Jol over his lack of playing time at Craven Cottage, and the striker has now stoked the fires by suggesting his former teammates feel the same way about the Dutchman.
“I left because I didn't see eye-to-eye with Martin Jol," Zamora told the The Evening Standard. "I think that is the case with the vast majority of players there now. A lot of the lads aren't happy. But that's that. There were a few bits and pieces, but we just didn't see eye-to-eye."
Fulham lost a number of key players during the summer window, the most notable being Clint Dempsey and Mousa Dembele heading to Tottenham, with Danny Murphy, Dickson Etuhu and Andrew Johnson also moving on.
Jol's new Greek signing, Giorgos Karagounis, disagreed with Zamora's viewpoint, telling The Evening Standard, "[Jol] is a very experienced coach, who wants to play football the right way."