Date: 6th February 2013 at 4:46pm
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Goran Popov has published an official apology following his red card against Spurs.

The statement was released on wba.co.uk.

‘I am disappointed after this. I just want to say a big sorry to everyone, firstly to the gaffer because he was so angry after the game and, if I was in his place, I would be exactly the same, and to all the players. I didn’t have the intention to spit on him, but it looked like that. The referee was close and saw. This is not good for me because over the last two or three nights I have not slept too good. Something like this has never happened in my life, but I’m not happy with what I did on Sunday. Tomorrow I want to make a meeting and I want to say sorry to everyone who works at this club.’

Popov adds that he is definitely not ‘that kind of player’ and he doesn’t fans or his colleagues to get the wrong impression of him. He is also going to be getting in touch with Kyle Walker to apologise to him as well once he comes off international duty.

Being fair to Popov from watching the replays, it doesn’t look like he ‘aimed’ so to speak at Walker, but it’s been a harsh lesson non the less.

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