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Ogbonna’s shock at team mate actions

arthurAngelo Ogbonna has spoken of his shock that his teammate Arthur Musauku was caught spitting at an opposition player declaring him to be ” such a nice person off the pitch.”

He said: “I’m surprised that Arthur could do something like that and I think everybody, including the manager, is surprised.

“It happened and he has apologised already. I think it’s not like him because he’s a nice person. On the pitch, I didn’t see anything, so for me it was so difficult to judge. He’s good guy. He made a mistake and he has to take the responsibility.”

Musauku could be looking at a lengthy ban on the sidelines if the FA deem his offence to be worthy of the full six-game ban that such actions can warrant. Yesterday the West Ham defender made an apology to players, staff and fans on the official website.

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One comment on “Ogbonna’s shock at team mate actions

  1. This is being blown up, there wasn’t any particular malice in the act, if he had spat in his face that would be another thing entirely.

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