Reports last week in the press suggested that Baros had defied his manager David O'Leary's instructions and missed training to go on a quick break to Prague.
This claim apparently fired up Baros for the man of the match performance against Everton as it was totally untrue and O'Leary has weighed in rubbishing the story and explaining he was given leave for personal reasons.
He told the official site: 'There was a disgusting piece in the paper last week which we totally denied and told the paper about it. I think the lad was so upset about that. He is a lovely boy and doesn't do that sort of thing, charging off. He went home to see a relative and wanted to make that clear to people. I think that was a big thing with him and I hope he gets upset every week.'
Right. We play Fulham tonight, what can we say to upset Baros this week? Yeah, any player who wears a hair band can't possibly score in two games on the trot. That should do it! ;-)
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Go on, get vitalled!