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Arthur makes his feelings clear

Graeme Souness, Alan Shearer, David Moyes and many others may be right as far as the Mo Salah theatricals for that penalty are concerned.

But none of that is going to make Arthur Masuaku feel any better and he has been happy to make that clear on social media.

Arthur has taken enough flak in his Hammers career to be pretty sensitive about making a mistake, particularly defensively.

And he has half apologised for his involvement in the incident which for all the views that he was hard done by has failed to improve his own view of an episode which gave Liverpool the platform to go on and beat the irons 2-1.

He is not the most regular visitor  to social media about on this occasion he has made it clear to his Twotter followers that he’s not happy with his involvement in the incident.

He declared: “Disappointing result after a good start. Still a bit mad at myself for whatever happened but anyway…”

Most of us will understand how he feels and has our sympathy in most cases.

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5 comments on “Arthur makes his feelings clear

  1. Shame he feels like that , clear dive minimal contact going for the ball , damaging should get a yellow card . He should also get a BAFTA for the acting fell like a sack of spuds made it look like he was shot. What’s the point of VAR if they don’t tell the ref to look at it. Arthur was robbed and so the team . Let’s pick ourselves up and win the next game . COYI ⚒

  2. The refereeing has be abominable all weekend. VAR has made things worse. Masuaku has nothing to apologize for, the referees on the other hand…

  3. I think the only thing Masuaku did wrong, was to stop playing on,
    which made up the refs decision he was guilty of fouling Salah.

  4. Hopefully Salah will rightly get the reputation of being a diver and get booked for it a few times and maybe even one day get sent off (say if he has already been booked) – that might make him think twice in the future

    As for Arthur his cross led to our goal and if Fornals had dummied his cut-back in the second half Bowen could have scored

    He just needs to keep playing teh way that he has been

  5. When you watched the other games, Spurs / Brighton for example and watched all the diving by Kane and Son, Kane’s blatant dangerous play earning him a penalty when it could have crippled Lallana, also blatant holding in the box with arms around the neck by Spurs on Trossard – no penalty but the tiniest tap underneath the backmost stud of Salah’s boot he touches down with both feet and dives… indefensible

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