‘Trippier’ explains the clip of his response to the Newcastle fans.

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Kieran Trippier, Newcastle United’s attacking back, revealed the reason for the clip of him confronting the fans after the 2-0 loss to Bournemouth was because he wanted to clarify that every player had given his best. Under the situation currently encountered

After the defeat at Vitality Stadium, the “Salika Dong” players walked to the stands to thank the fans as is customary. However, a clip appeared of Trippier getting closer than usual. Ready to respond fiercely to football fans

“You said we didn’t give it our all. And how many injured players do we have right now?” the 33-year-old Englishman shouted back in an emotional tone before Shoalin came to separate him and manager Eddie Howe joined him in walking down the tunnel. ทางเข้า https://ufabet999.com/

The clip was spread around the world online. And during an interview with Sky Sports, Trippier revealed the story behind the scenes. “Of course the fans must be very passionate.”

“They have come a long way. And paid a lot of money to watch us compete. I just talked to one of the fans. To say we gave everything in this game ′

′ We have no reason to panic. We are in a good position in the Premier League and are still on track to win. Champions League and Carabao Cup”

“Today we lost. and apologize for the results of the competition But the most important thing is that we gave everything. Under the circumstances we have to face.”

In the middle of the week, “Toon Army” just traveled 700 miles to watch the team compete. The Champions League lost 2-0 to Dortmund. And Howe was asked about Trippier’s incident as well. “

I saw the incident. And I think it’s about the high emotions after the game.” Howe said after being tricked by Dominic Solanke, Bournemouth’s former club’s striker, for a double. “Trippier is fine. We don’t have it

. Problems with fan support We are very grateful to them. And we are disappointed with the results as well.”

In this past Saturday night, Newcastle had to play without Dan Byrne, Sven Botman, Matt Targett, and Ya. Cob Murphy, Callum Wilson, Alexander Isak and midfielders Sandro Tonali and Bruno Guimarães are also banned for gambling. And received a yellow card and completed the quota accordingly