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Jonjo Shelvey blasts Newcastle ‘WHINGEBAGS’ following Nottingham Forest’s household defeat to the Magpies

Jonjo Shelvey blasts Newcastle ‘WHINGEBAGS’ following Nottingham Forest’s household defeat to the Magpies

Jonjo Shelvey blasts Newcastle ‘WHINGEBAGS’ adhering to Nottingham Forest’s property defeat to the Magpies… but assures his previous team-mates he usually means it ‘in a jokey way’

Jonjo Shelvey blasted Newcastle’s behaviour just after Eddie Howe’s facet defeat Nottingham Forest with a last-moment Alexander Isak penalty.

The Forest midfielder played for the Tyneside club for five yrs, right before becoming a member of his new crew in this year’s January transfer window. 

But his newfound allegiance was distinct in his critique of his previous staff-mates’ decorum on the pitch in the course of Friday night’s 2-1 defeat at the Town Ground. 

Newcastle appealed heavily for two penalties through the match, the initially in the opening 45 minutes when Bruno Guimaraes was challenged in the space, but were being only awarded their second. 

With the scoring degree, Alexander Isak stepped up in stoppage time to scoop the ball in excess of an outfoxed Keylor Navas to hand the readers their earn on the highway. 

Jonjo Shelvey called his former team-mates 'whingebags' but stressed his love for his old club

Jonjo Shelvey named his previous workforce-mates ‘whingebags’ but stressed his enjoy for his old club

Alexander Isak buried the ball with his stoppage-time penalty to seal the visitors' win

Alexander Isak buried the ball with his stoppage-time penalty to seal the visitors’ gain

Speaking to Sky Sports activities right after the match, Shelvey commented:  ‘I failed to believe they [Newcastle] would bitch as much as they did on the pitch. But it is a match of football. I represent this football club now. I will give it my all. But yeah, a lot of whingebags in their workforce.

‘I’ll explain to them that, only in a jokey way. I hope they get into Europe and have just beneficial phrases about the club.’ extra the previous Magpie.

Newcastle also experienced an Elliot Anderson header controversially dominated out after a a few-minute VAR check out owing to offside in the construct-up. 

Shelvey’s former supervisor, Eddie Howe, was requested for his reaction and said: ‘It’s a difficult one about what goes on the pitch – even I don’t know what goes on the pitch but definitely, I have only obtained favourable factors to say about Jonjo.’ 

Speaking about Forest’s overall performance in the match, Shelvey reported he assumed the crew ‘battled hard’. 

‘[We] limited them. We knew they would have a good deal of the ball, its disappointing. When you are in the placement that we’re in just about every position is vital, and I assumed we deserved a little something from the activity, but it was not to be.

‘You know they’re often likely to begin quick, the moment we started out participating in for a longer period we obtained the purpose, and its in all probability a little bit naïve to concede ideal on the split.   

Newcastle's first scoring attempt was ruled out for offside in the build-up

Newcastle’s to start with scoring endeavor was ruled out for offside in the develop-up

But despite the premature celebrations the Magpies were on top by the time the whistle blew

But irrespective of the untimely celebrations the Magpies ended up on top rated by the time the whistle blew

‘We realized that Newcastle are leading of the league on working stats, so we experienced to match that and I consider we did, just bought undone late on. We cannot dwell on it, we’ll get back again on the schooling pitch. 

‘I want there was a further game straight away, but it can be two months [due to the international break]. So we’ll get on the training pitch.’

With no details taken at residence, Forest continue to be in 14th spot, but only two points over the relegation zone. 

Winless in their last six game titles, Forest only have eleven Leading League online games remaining in the period to recapture their sort and prevent getting drawn into a relegation struggle.

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