Adrian hits back at Sullivan’s praise for Hart

Adrian_3164087bWest Ham goal keeper Adrian has shown his passion for the Hammers by hitting back at comments by West Ham Chairman David Sullivan on the official club website in which he said he was looking forward to being reunited with the ‘best goalkeeper’ he has worked with in Joe Hart.

Adrian posted on his official twitter account while linking the story “Thanks for your sincerity! But you still having “two great professionals” respecting, fighting & defending this badge”

Hart has flown out to Austria today and will join the first team squad for training where he will come face to face with Hart for the first time.

A source close to the club says they are aware of the goalkeeper’s comment online but say he is just showing his notorious passion and he will face no reprimand from the club for his social media outburst. The source said Adrian is a dedicated professional who will welcome Joe Hart with open arms.


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4 comments on “Adrian hits back at Sullivan’s praise for Hart

  1. Well cut out the buffons mistakes and show boating and make yourself the best he has worked with.

  2. Couldn’t agree more with your statement…. if Adrian didn’t take his foot of the gas after his first Spain call up we wouldn’t need joe hart

  3. Spot on guys. Adrian should stay and learn from it.

  4. He shouldn’t face a reprimand anyway the comment was a slap in the face, hopefully it will have the correct effect and help him to be the best, there is no reason he cannot be as good or better than Hart, he was certainly a lot better on crosses after his break last year, if he could improve his distribution he could force his way back into the Spanish squad.

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