Dimitar Berbatov’s characteristic cool reached brave new heights Sunday.
In the fifth minute of AS Monaco’s Ligue 1 (French first division) game against Nice, Berbatov controlled a pass with his first touch, let the ball bounce then lobbed over the head of goalkeeper David Ospina into the far side of goal with an oh-so-casual flick of his foot.
Besides thrilling teammates and...
Fulham striker Dimitar Berbatov posted a “come and get me” plea to Arsenal on his Facebook page today, after a British tabloid reported last night that Arsenal are interested in signing Berbatov, the highly talented Bulgarian footballer.
The photograph, which is on Dimitar Berbatov’s official Facebook page, was posted to his timeline with the words “Could fire Arsenal to...
Dimitar Berbatov's crisp volley gave Fulham a 1-0 victory over Stoke in a rare moment of quality in a drab Premier League match on Saturday.
The Bulgarian striker struck the ball powerfully past goalkeeper Asmir Begovic at the near post in the 45th minute at Craven Cottage for his ninth goal of the season.
Stoke forward Jonathan Walters missed a second-half penalty after Ashkan...
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February 23, 2013
Dimitar Berbatov inspired Fulham to a surprise 2-1 win at West Bromwich Albion in the English Premier League on Tuesday, helping the Londoners end a four-match winless run that had dropped them close to relegation trouble.
Sweden winger Alex Kacaniklic grabbed Fulham's 58th-minute winner but it was Berbatov who impressed most, the former Manchester United striker opening the...
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January 01, 2013
“Keep Calm And Pass Me The Ball.” is what Dimitar Berbatov's shirt said after he ripped off his jersey today during their match-up with Southampton. Berbatov scored the only goal for Fulham in the 8th minute to take a 1-0 lead. The game is currently tied 1-1 in extra time after a late goal from
"Keep calm and pass me the ball."This is precisely what the undershirt of Dimitar Berbatov said after the Fulham star connected on an early goal against Soutampton. Berbatov received a yellow card for his shenanigan.However, his goal proved to be the game-winner as Fulham blanked Southampton 1-0.Did his written words warrant a card, in your opinion?Via Big Lead.
Fulham striker Dimitar Berbatov admits he lost respect for Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson during his unhappy final season at Old Trafford.
The Bulgarian frontman departed United for Craven Cottage on transfer deadline day after falling out of favour with Ferguson, with the arrival of Robin van Persie from Arsenal this summer pushing him further down the pecking order...
Fiorentina were in pole position to land Berbatov after agreeing a deal with Manchester United earlier on Wednesday.
The Bulgarian flew out to Italy for talks and a medical at Fiorentina but failed to turn up at Florence after Juventus hijacked the move for Berbatov.
However, in another twist Berbatov has snubbed a switch to Italian champions after an apparent last-minute move...
While Sir Alex Ferguson always seems slightly sceptical no matter how many goals his record signing scores, most Manchester United fans appear to love them some Dimitar Berbatov. And what’s not to love?
Having been treated to the likes of Eric Cantona and Cristiano Ronaldo, they are perhaps the one set of British supporters trained [...]