Kacaniklic cools Berbatov row

Fulham midfielder Alexander Kacaniklic insists there is no problem between Dimitar Berbatov and his team-mates in the wake of his T-shirt controversy.

Last Updated: 03/01/13 at 10:31 Post Comment

Dimitar Berbatov: No dressing room unrest with his Fulham team-mates

Dimitar Berbatov: No dressing room unrest with his Fulham team-mates

Berbatov risked the wrath of his colleagues when he revealed a 'Keep Calm And Pass Me The Ball' message after scoring against Southampton on Boxing Day.

Reports suggested several players were unhappy with Berbatov's attitude, but Kacaniklic claims there is no dressing room unrest surrounding the Bulgarian.

"It wasn't a problem," Kacaniklic said of the T-shirt incident. "He has been at top clubs in England and played at international level too. You always learn from him in training and look at him in games.

"He is a great player - he should play every week at any team he is with.

"When he plays like that, he is one of the best players in the league, definitely. Not many players are better than him."

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