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FULHAM, Jol: "Berbatov was about to move to Italy, I made him change his mind"

22.09.2012 08.29 by Marco Gori  read 1226
Source: www.standard.co.uk
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Fulham manager Martin Jol has declared about his new forward Dimitar Berbatov: “He trusts me, when we signed him in 2006, he had other options but he still made that decision to come to us, to me, to Tottenham. So I think that is the sort of relationship I've got with him because there was probably even a bigger club then coming in for him and he still wanted to come to Spurs. This time, Berbatov could have gone to Italy. He was on the fringe of going to an Italian club. And then I spoke to him and maybe that convinced him. If he plays well like he did the other day, there will always be a good relationship".

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