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Portsmouth supremo Milan Mandaric insists Shaka Hislop's career at Fratton Park is all but over after the goalkeeper claimed he wanted a move to Southampton.
Hislop has lost his first team berth to recent signing Konstantinos Chalkias.
The former Newcastle United and West Ham United custodian is reported to be unhappy at being ousted by the Greek, but Mandaric claims he was left with little choice following the player's outburst regarding a move to South Coast rivals Southampton.
Shaka Hislop claims he is unlikely to play for Portsmouth again, but insists his commitment to the club has never wavered.
The veteran keeper had been linked with a move to Southampton on the cusp of the recent meeting between the two clubs and Pompey chairman Milan Mandaric quickly came out and said Hislop had no future at Fratton Park as a consequence.
Hislop has denied ever openly saying he wanted to move to Saints, but feels his future almost certainly lies away from Portsmouth.