jol


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jol

(dʒɒl)
n
a party
vb, jols, jolling or jolled
(intr) to have a good time

jol


Past participle: jolled
Gerund: jolling

Imperative
jol
jol
Present
I jol
you jol
he/she/it jols
we jol
you jol
they jol
Preterite
I jolled
you jolled
he/she/it jolled
we jolled
you jolled
they jolled
Present Continuous
I am jolling
you are jolling
he/she/it is jolling
we are jolling
you are jolling
they are jolling
Present Perfect
I have jolled
you have jolled
he/she/it has jolled
we have jolled
you have jolled
they have jolled
Past Continuous
I was jolling
you were jolling
he/she/it was jolling
we were jolling
you were jolling
they were jolling
Past Perfect
I had jolled
you had jolled
he/she/it had jolled
we had jolled
you had jolled
they had jolled
Future
I will jol
you will jol
he/she/it will jol
we will jol
you will jol
they will jol
Future Perfect
I will have jolled
you will have jolled
he/she/it will have jolled
we will have jolled
you will have jolled
they will have jolled
Future Continuous
I will be jolling
you will be jolling
he/she/it will be jolling
we will be jolling
you will be jolling
they will be jolling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been jolling
you have been jolling
he/she/it has been jolling
we have been jolling
you have been jolling
they have been jolling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been jolling
you will have been jolling
he/she/it will have been jolling
we will have been jolling
you will have been jolling
they will have been jolling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been jolling
you had been jolling
he/she/it had been jolling
we had been jolling
you had been jolling
they had been jolling
Conditional
I would jol
you would jol
he/she/it would jol
we would jol
you would jol
they would jol
Past Conditional
I would have jolled
you would have jolled
he/she/it would have jolled
we would have jolled
you would have jolled
they would have jolled
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Two crucial defeats later, sack Jol and promote Meulensteen.
Martin Jol will have known he was on his way out as soon as the club brought in Rene Meulensteen
The club's billionaire owner Shahid Khan switched one Dutchman with another on Sunday, as Jol departed Craven Cottage after two and a half years in charge to be replaced by a former trusted lieutenant of Sir Alex Ferguson.
Jol's fellow Dutchman Rene Meulensteen, brought in last month to assist Jol, will take over the top job.
Sources inside Craven Cottage believe Jol has given up the fight to keep his job and has convinced himself he is doomed.
Whether Jol risks Ruiz depends on whether the Costa Rican attacking midfielder has sufficiently recovered from a niggling back problem.
Jol is amongst the favourites with bookmakers to become the next Barclays Premier League manager to leave their job, while Fulham fans are quickly losing patience.
Ferguson revealed in his autobiography, which was released yesterday, that he wanted to make Jol his assistant at the Red Devils when Carlos Queiroz left to take over at Real Madrid in the 2003-04 season.
Jol told the board he wanted Sir Alex Ferguson's former coach at Manchester
Berbatov left Old Trafford for Craven Cottage in the summer, and when the two teams meet in the FA Cup on Saturday 26 January, Jol hopes that the mercurial Bulgarian will prove to be the difference for the Londoners.
Jol is best at 5-2 with Ladbrokes and as low as 6-4 to be shoved out of the Cottage with Fulham on a run of just two wins in 15 games, although there has also been a suggestion the Dutchman is a target for German outfit Schalke.
But it is David Moyes' side who Jol believes are the standard-bearers for sides such as Fulham.