Fulham boss Felix Magath said he was proud to record his first win in the Premier League after his side’s nerve-wracking 1-0 win over Newcastle. Substitute Ashkan Dejagah struck a second half winner to keep the Cottagers survival hopes alive – but they still remain bottom of the table. googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(“div-gpt-ad-1389116196215-0”); });Newcastle were without their boss Alan Pardew at Craven Cottage – who was watching from a west London hotel after starting his three-match stadium ban for headbutting Hull’s David Meyler. Fulham had the ball in the net on three occasions but came under fire from Newcastle late on before holding on for a vital three points, which leaves the west London outfit four points from safety. I’m so glad after getting my first win, Magath told Sky Sports. “I’m very happy and proud and glad we managed to do it. This will give the players a lot of confidence.”Fulham’s much needed win was their first since January 14.