What Neil Warnock Screamed At Harry Kane After Joe Ralls Was Sent Off
Sports Uncategorized

What Neil Warnock Screamed At Harry Kane After Joe Ralls Was Sent Off

Neil Warnock fumed at Harry Kane after Cardiff City midfielder Joe Ralls was sent off against Spurs at Wembley.

The 24-year old was given his marching orders after an incredibly cynical challenge on Lucas Moura in the second half of Tottenham’s 1-0 win.

He hacked down the Brazilian as he turned on the jets on the right flank, without making any attempt to win the ball. An incensed Kane came over and put his hands on Ralls, with the England striker being booked for his reaction.

But Warnock was of the opinion that Kane got Ralls sent off and let rip at the England captain on the touchline.

http://beta.ems.ladbiblegroup.com/s3/content/e82ab1445bb843109665a0d1665394ee.png” data-orig-height=”392″ data-orig-width=”349″ alt=”” “=””>

Images: Sky Sports

Having viewed footage doing rounds on social media, a whole host of people on Twitter believe the experienced manager shouted “F***ing well done Harry, you t***” as he sarcastically applauded him.

It doesn’t take a lip-reading expert to work out what Warnock was screaming to Kane.

After the game, Warnock stated that Kane himself should have seen red and criticised how he carried on.

“Why not give Harry Kane a red?” he said as per Wales Online.

“He went in and pushed him (Ralls) didn’t he? He doesn’t need to do that. He was doing that to make an issue of it, make the referee think the challenge was worse than it actually was.

“He plays for England, is a top player, I love him, but I don’t think you should try and get other pros sent off. He’s the England captain for goodness sake. He didn’t need to do that.”

The Bluebirds boss also gave a typical response on whether or not he did hurl such an insult to Kane:

Eric Dier’s goal in the eighth minute was enough for Spurs to get back to winning ways, leaving Cardiff still in search for their first win of the season.

Josh Lawless

Josh is a writer who specialises in football and wrestling. He has been published by Curzon Ashton FC, Late Tackle, Manchester City FC, The Mirror, Read Man City and Manchester Evening News. He provides coverage of professional wrestling and has interviewed some of the biggest names in the field – including the first UK interview with The Hardy Boyz after their return to WWE. He loves a Meatball Marinara from Subway on a Friday.

Read More

Spread the love

Leave a Reply