McFadden vows to stay at Birmingham

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Scotland star James McFadden has vowed to remain at Birmingham even if they are relegated from the Barclays Premier League this weekend.

McFadden, 25, signed a three-and-a-half year deal when he joined from Everton in January and insists he would not seek a quick exit if Blues suffer the drop. Alex McLeish´s men must pick up at least a point against Blackburn and better both Fulham and Reading´s results this weekend to retain their top flight status.

McFadden said: "I haven´t really given my own situation much thought, although there is obviously a good chance we could go down. I have only just arrived at the club and I´m not looking to leave in a hurry."

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James McFadden
Blackburn Rovers
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