'I can't believe this really happened' - Fulham flop heartbroken by relegation

Mladen Petric

Mladen Petric is devastated his former club have suffered relegation this afternoon.

When Fulham snapped up Croatian striker Mladen Petric in 2012 it seemed a coup from his former boss Martin Jol.

The former Borussia Dortmund striker was well known on these shores for a goal he scored for his country against England back in 2008 - that denied England a European Championships place.

And things started well for the player.

Petric bagged two goals and provided an assist in a 5-0 win against Norwich City - it was a sensational performance.

But things soon dipped for the player. In the end he played just the one season at the club - scoring five goals during his disjointed time in West London.

He was released at the end of that campaign - and went on to have an even more despairing spell in London at West Ham United - before moving to Greek side Panathinaikos in January this year.

And last weekend he was celebrating as To Trifylli won the Greek Cup - but this week he was not happy.

He shared his disappointment in Fulham’s demise today - after The Cottagers were relegated to the Championship after a 4-1 defeat at Stoke City…

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