Duo had a heated exchange of views in west London in midweek.
Liverpool head coach Brendan Rodgers and Fulham assistant manager Ray Wilkins were involved in a furious touchline bustup at Craven Cottage in the Premier League on Wednesday night, according to reports in the Sun.
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In fact, the exchange between the two men was understood to be so heated that the former England international even left the west London club’s dugout just ten minutes into the contest and was not seen again in the Cottagers’ dugout for the rest of the five-goal thriller in the capital.
However, Wilkins has since revealed that his relationship with the Northern Irishman is now “sound as a pound” after the pair kissed and made up following the full time whistle.
The Premier League contest itself was an absolute thriller, although from the home side’s point of view there was yet more heartbreak after the west Londoners’ threw away a 1-0 and then a 2-1 lead against the Merseyside giants to eventually go down 3-2 after a stoppage-time winner from Reds skipper Steven Gerrard via the penalty spot.
And that latest loss leaves Fulham still rooted to the foot of the Premier League table, four points behind West Bromwich Albion and safety.