Ravel Morrison has taken to social media again to claim he loves West Ham and appreciates the way they have stood by him.
As a photo emerged yesterday of Ravel seemingly in a Ferrari dressed in an Arsenal shirt the troubled youngster took to twitter to say “West Ham is in my heart, Love the Club and the way the have stood by me.’
Just a few days ago when Ravel was released from Strangeways prison Ravel left a critic message on twitter saying “No-one sees the struggle only the trouble”
Morrison has been bailed until the 28th August for his next court hearing on two accounts of common assault but he is understood to be training with the club in the meantime.
Irrespective of thedeap down concerns in respect to Ravels behavior, we thesupporters
should make a special effort to reach out and show our support for Ravel .
He is young , troubled but he is one of us . Let us not go to what ifs . Show support now .
If , God forbid he turns out to be a rotten apple, we can all feel proud we stood up in support.
If he turns into the diamond we know he can be we would all be happier for it .
Who was around when our greatest player was in need of support ? What did we do?
What do you mean ‘well said’?
I don’t understand this blind support for this spoilt brat – what I’ve read about his current brush with the law does not reflect well on him to say the least. I’m not going to go into details but it doesn’t look good!
Standing behind a villain becase he’s ‘our’ villain is a load of hogwash!
I think everybody should wait for the outcome of the court case.
Well said because his behaviour is not normal and therefore to dismiss it in such brutal terms overlooks issues which may be very serious indeed and need attention. “He’s a ….” may not hack it on this occasion
He is a young man with the world at his feet but a lot of trouble circling around him. If we stand behind him and let him know this, there is no end to what this guy can achieve.
Innocent till proven guilty!
Besides I hope he turns into the player
we all know he can be as it puts another
nail in the Walrus’s coffin the sooner we are
rid of Jabba and his Bolton brigade the better.
I’ll say it again – I din’t understand this ‘hype’ around this bloke. I remember seeing him play for Birmingham a while back – he just seemed to drift about the pitch avoiding any physical challenges, showing occasional flashes but not showing enough effort.
All the talent in the world is no good if you are not prepared to apply yourself and work hard – which is what I see!
I think we understand your point!!! Not sure you get or perhaps even want to get mine
So what you’re saying is that there are some sort of mitigating circumstances that I don’t know about which allow him to act the way he apparently has – is that it?
Right, ok let’s wait and see!
This aint rocket science mate. I think he has mental health issues which deserve sympathy not scorn
I am a Very Very Proud West Ham supporter for over 50 yrs.
Why I ever supported this club and why my children do I will never know.
What I do know that at 10 / 11 am on a saturday morning I am watching
Fox usa or streaming of matches .
2 hrs later woud determine what kind of Saturday I will have.
West Ham is my life.
When I see kids like Ravel I hope and pray we understand .
Great footballers at our famous club had more problems than Ravel .
But because of the tie we didnot know about it .
The internet age has changed that .
Help him up . Dont push him down .
Strangly , we may find we need Ravel more than he needs us .