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All a load of .!

Reports in the tabloid press that several Fulham players felt a little peeved with the message displayed on Dimitar Berbatov`s shirt in the recent game with Swansea, are; it appears wide of the mark.

Alex Kacaniklic has stepped forward to offer nothing but praise with regards to the player remarking to the media,

"No, it wasn`t a problem"

"He is always good. You can just tell he is so calm with the ball."

"When he plays like he did against West Brom he is one of the best players in the league - not many are better than him."

"He is so calm with the ball."

"He has been at top clubs in England and you always learn from him in training."

"He is a great player. He should be playing every week at any team - he is class."


He certainly is and if arrogance is part of his make-up then so be it!




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The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday January 3 2013

Time: 4:39PM

Your Comments

just a bit... overall the message is don't panic, i guess... not too far off the mark...
woodysweats
dimi has got fulham in one....we panic and give possession up too easily! reading away and both saints games we threw away 9 points! keep calm...if the team just held the ball a bit and passed into spaces for players and not at the opposition we would be 7th by now...finally trying too hard to win the ball has cost us too
Leonestar
 

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