Agent defends Healy

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David Healy´s agent has defended the Northern Ireland international after he mimicked an Orange marcher in Fulham´s friendly against Celtic on Saturday.

Healy pretended to play a flute after coming on in the second half of the 3-1 win over the Scottish champions at Craven Cottage.

Healy´s agent, Stephen Hughes, told the Daily Mail: "They (The Celtic fans) were chanting, ´Where were you on the 12th´, which is the day of the Orange marching bands in Belfast. So he simply pretended to play the flute - there was no attempt to inflame the fans."

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