Ex-Red Star, PSG midfielder Boskovic unhappy with DC United game time

Branko Boskovic admits he is unhappy about how he has been treated at DC United this season.

Branko Boskovic admits he is unhappy about how he has been treated at DC United this season.

The 32-year old Montenegrin attacking midfielder has started just 10 times during 2012 and only once has he made it past the 75-minute mark.

Again on the weekend, Boskovic was hooked by coach Ben Olsen early in the second half as DC went on to beat New England Revolution 2-1 but he feels he has been hard done by, especially with the excuse of him being unfit.

“Maybe I look like this, like I’m tired, I’m not ready,” the former Red Star Belgrade, Paris Saint-Germain and Rapid Vienna player told the Washington Times. “But that’s how I play, that’s how I run. I cannot change myself.

“You know, it’s the end of the season. When am I going to be ready if I’m not ready now?

“How can I be happy when every time I’m [the first player subbed] out? Nobody can be happy. I also say I’m not angry with Ben, I respect his decision. His decision was right because we win the game.”

 
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