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Pogrebnyak: No Fulham regret

Reading striker Pavel Pogrebnyak has claimed that he has no regrets about leaving Fulham in the summer.

Last Updated: 26/10/12 at 15:02 Post Comment   

Pavel Pogrebnyak: Joined Reading in the summer on a free transfer

Pavel Pogrebnyak: Joined Reading in the summer on a free transfer

The Russia international played for the Cottagers in the second half of last season and was released by the Premier League club in July.

The 31-year-old joined Reading just days later on a four-year contract and now insists that the Royals' clash with Fulham on Saturday will not be special for him.

"I wouldn't say it will be a special game," Pogrebnyak told Sport-Express. "I didn't play for three years at Fulham, only about four months.

"But I follow the matches of my previous clubs. Sometimes I imagine myself in their [Fulham] squad.

"I have never made a secret of it that I liked playing under Martin Jol's management.

"But I don't regret anything as the best players left Fulham. It's still a question how they will handle the case.

"I hope fortune will favour against Fulham."

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