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Forgotten Man Speaks!

The former Fratton favourite Dejan Stefanovic thinks the Blues will triumph in the vital clash this Sunday.

Stefanovic feels we lack the same quality Harry Redknapp's men possess. And he believes that will stop us getting the three points needed to keep us up.

Stefanovic said: 'It's a massive game for Fulham and we need to win.

'I think it is going to be difficult to pick up all three points. I think we will be lucky to get a point.

'Pompey have lost their last three games and it was a draw before that.

'They will want to have a win going into the FA Cup final.

'I know Harry Redknapp and what his teams are like.

'Pompey always want to win at home whatever the game is.

'I think it will be tough to take a result.

'The players are not bad here.

'It is a squad which can just about survive, if they are lucky.

'But if you ask me 'Who is going to win?' I think it will be Portsmouth.'

Stefanovic most likely wont be getting a chance to play against his former club after falling out of favour since the arrival of Hangeland.

The 33-year-old stated he will be leaving the club in the summer.

'I've not played since the start of the year and it will be disappointing not to play in front of the Pompey fans again.

'I've said I will be leaving in the summer whatever happens on Sunday.

'The manager has bought his players and has his opinion. That's football. It's no big deal.'

Just what we want one of our players saying! Specially such an experienced one! Is he just bitter or speaking the facts?

Your views please!

The Journalist

Writer: orange_emu Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday May 9 2008

Time: 2:35PM

Your Comments

Dejan was a good player for us a few years ago but sadly lost it thus the sale. Certainly not a prem player now & probably has no future with you. We don't care about this game as all our eyes are on the cup final. Good luck anyway.
you'll win - mark my words!
traitor - stick him in the stocks!
Cherio Cherio Cherio, he was crap glad to him go
Was rubbish at best for us and Hangeland is about 10 times better.

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