It's a different look at a striker who, while being the pantomine villain across the A-League has legions of fans in Roar territory.

When asked about being booed at other grounds, Berisha told FourFourTwo magazine: "I think a lot of supporters would love to have a player who really fights to the final second for his team, rather than having a player who really doesn't care and doesn't have passion for the game," he said.

"And this is why I think these words came up: 'This man is two faces... I meet him outside and on the pitch he's a different person'," explained Berisha when asked about his public and private persona.

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Gareth Bale: how to terrorise defenders – Performance tips from Real’s superstar

A-League’s Latin American maestros: Profiles on four of the best from South America

Andrew Durante: Aussie All White – the story of how Oz missed out

Inside Atletico Madrid: Inside the sensational Spanish club taking it to Barca and Real Madrid

Les Murray: the challenges ahead for Ange

Frank Lampard: one-on-one answers readers’ questions

Spurs’ Argentine flyer Erik Lamela- the next Bale?

How to press…. Let Luis Enrique from Celta Vigo show how it’s done

On the road with Bosnia’s fans for their crunch World Cup qualifier