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Blues Want Rid Of Morrison?

It's being reported that Birmingham City are looking to send on-loan midfielder Ravel Morrison back to West Ham.

The Mirror reports that the 19 year olds bad attitude has got to manager Lee Clark and now the Blues boss want him out of the club and away from the other members of the squad, he has lasted just three months.

He was once highly thought of at Manchester United but had a few differences of opinion with Sir Alex Ferguson and Sam Allardyce was glad to see him come to St Andrews to give him some much needed first team experience.

But Blues have played Morrison just once on the opening day of the season and he has not been seen since and while Clark wants rid, Allardyce is not keen on terminating the player's season long deal with the Blues.

The player himself denies there is any problems, he said on twitter: "Good morning everyone hope use all have a good day today and ignore the stuff in the paper about me it's NOT one bit true."




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Writer: Foxxy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 9 2012

Time: 2:54PM

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If Fergie could not do anything with him, what made Clark think that he could?
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If Fergie could not do anything with him, what made Clark think that he could?
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