By Adrian Kajumba For The Daily Mail
Published: 21:45 BST, 21 August 2019 | Updated: 22:38 BST, 21 August 2019
The Fulham rebuild off the pitch is being matched by what is happening on it.
From the ruins of relegation, Scott Parker has constructed a side primed for another Championship promotion push.
And his new-look team, playing in a new-look stadium with the Riverside Stand stripped of seats and ready for redevelopment, signalled their intent with a totally one-sided win against early-season surprise package Millwall.
Ivan Cavaleiro fires home the opening goal at Craven Cottage with a brilliant dipping effort
Aleksandr Mitrovic rounds off the scoring from the penalty spot to seal a resounding win
Fulham were dominant throughout and sent a message to the rest of the Championship
One of the harsh lessons Fulham would have learned from last season and their £100m-plus spree is the danger of gambling on players who don’t know what they are getting into.
But boss Parker’s approach to building this year’s squad has focussed on filling it with players who possess Championship and promotion-winning know-how.
Three of them - two-goal Ivan Cavaleiro and fellow loan addition Anthony Knockaert plus retained talisman Aleksandar Mitrovic were the scorers as Fulham’s season gained further momentum with a third successive win.
Anthony Knockaert made it 2-0 to Fulham with a fine header from close range
The winger was a threat throughout and appears to be a sound piece of summer business
Fulham boss Scott Parker refused to carry away with Fulham's impressive victory
Parker said: ‘The most pleasing thing as a coach is, after all the work of the