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Olivier Kapo Happy Now That Bruce Has Gone

Olivier Kapo Happy Now That Bruce Has Gone


Wigan Athletic's forgotten man, France international Olivier Kapo has poured cold water on any rumour suggesting that he is looking to get out of the DW Stadium.

Speaking to the Wigan Evening Post the former Juventus player says that he is very happy at the Latics and that is where he wants to stay, why? Well he says it`s because Steve Bruce has left the club.

Kapo reveals that he had major problems with former boss Steve Bruce last season but now that Bruce has left and gone to Sunderland Kapo sees his future firmly at the Latics

The attacking midfield man suffered a knee ligament injury during pre-season and fully recovered with two reserve games under his belt Kapo is chomping at the bit to be given a chance to prove his worth to new boss Roberto Martinez.

Kapo told the Post: 'It seems that every summer I am linked with another club, particularly in France, but the truth is that I want to be here at Wigan, where I'm happy'

'Last season was very difficult for me, because I had problems with Steve Bruce. I don't have that now.

'I know the Premier League and, although the last year has been difficult, the bottom line is that I want to play.

'If the team don't want me that's another question, but personally I want to play for Wigan Athletic, no one else.

'I have a three-year contract. I like Wigan. It's where I want to be. I want to stay.'


A happy and dedicated Kapo would be like having a new player at the club, he is definitely talented and would slot into the attacking midfield role quite comfortably



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Writer:Barry Worthington
Date:Friday October 9 2009
Time: 11:56AM

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We'll see is what I'd say
worbo
09/10/2009 11:59:00
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i hope he stays and does well hes a great player on his day.
lathamwafc
09/10/2009 15:45:00
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heres hiopin he does come good, theres no doubting his quality
wafc.jay
09/10/2009 16:37:00
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He's got talent, hope he can motivate himself.
thayil
10/10/2009 00:44:00
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Good luck to Kapo he will need it.
mrcrowley
10/10/2009 19:26:00
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