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Fulham's 13-year stay in Premier League ends with 4-1 loss at Stoke

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STOKE, England - Fulham's 13-year stay in the Premier League came to an end with a 4-1 loss at Stoke on Saturday.

Peter Odemwingie's 39th-minute strike and second-half goals for Stoke by Marko Arnautovic, Oussama Assaidi and Jonathan Walters condemned Fulham to a league-high 24th defeat of the campaign, ensuring the team is unable to climb out of the bottom three with one game remaining.

It's been a tumultuous season for the London club, which has changed manager twice after firing Martin Jol in December and then replacing Rene Meulensteen with Felix Magath in February.

Magath, the former Bayern Munich coach, had never been relegated in his coaching career but could not prevent Fulham sliding into the League Championship.

Kieran Richardson grabbed Fulham's consolation goal in the 80th at Britannia Stadium.

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