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Mountain out of a Mole-Hill?

It would appear that frustration got the better of Ravel Morrison last night.

Our young attacking midfielder, currently on loan at Queens Park Rangers, was playing in the England U21 match, against Wales, when he was substituted in the second half by Gareth Southgate.

Ravel, reportedly, stormed down the tunnel so the press is reporting.

However, we shouldn`t be making too much of it as it appears Ravel picked up a slight thigh strain and after the game Gareth Southgate cleared up the situation by remarking, after England`s win,

"Ravel lives for football and was disappointed not to get into the game the way he would have liked. I had a good chat with him after the game and he was fine."

To us it looks as if the press is making a mountain out of a mole-hill!

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Writer: Rossy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday March 6 2014

Time: 1:05PM


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