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Blackburn's Diouf: I've learned to handle boos

Blackburn Rovers striker El Hadji Diouf insists the boos of opposition fans do not unsettle him.

He said: "I have appeared in 300 games since I moved to England and I am used to people booing me.

"One day, Gary Speed told me, 'People never boo bad players'. When the opposite fans hate you it means you are a good player.

"The proof is that Cristiano Ronaldo is the most hated player, I come second and then there's Didier Drogba.

"When I go to the restaurant with my wife, people look for trouble, but I try to put things into perspective.

"I built a bad reputation for myself but I always take responsibility for my actions."

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