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Midfielder Going?

Kagisho Dikgacoi`s Fulham career could be concluded this summer.

It`s fair to say that, despite his undoubted talent, the South African hasn`t been the success we`d all hoped since arriving in West London.

Unable to secure a place in the starting eleven, twenty-six year old Dikgacoi has spent some of this season on loan at Crystal Palace.

Obviously, playing on a regular basis for the Selhurst Park outfit has turned his head because comments attributed to the player, in the morning press, stipulate that he`s looking for regular football rather than being a bit-part player, commenting,

"I want game time, whether it`s at Fulham or elsewhere."

Unless there`s a remarkable turnaround, we reckon it`ll be elsewhere then!



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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Thursday May 19 2011
Time: 4:37PM

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He never got a real chance, but then again, he got red carded on his debut and really never impressed from there forward. Stay at Palace.
Teddy_KGB
19/05/2011 17:42:00
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i think it will be good bye...
Leonestar
19/05/2011 21:15:00
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as much as i wanted him to be good, it never really played out... i can't think who to play him over, so let him go and get time somewhere else... will we need help in europe though?
woodysweats
23/05/2011 14:35:00
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