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“Someone to watch out for SON…” “FW in trouble,” Mufei, who got into another fight on the field… A war of nerves with the opposing coach Madison-Walker

February 28, 2024 | by bookmeforphotographers.com

Neil Mupay’s provocation is shaking both the opposing team’s players and coaches.

Britain’s Daily Mail reported on the 27th (Korea time) that “Mupay upset coach Kevin Nolan at half-time.”

Brentford lost 2:4 to West Ham in the 26th round of the English Premier League (EPL) for the 2023-2024 season at London Stadium in London. West Ham striker Jarrod Bowen scored a hat-trick to defeat Brentford.

However, the game was fierce until the first half. After Bowen scored in the 5th and 7th minutes of the first half, Mupay scored a chasing goal in the 13th minute of the first half, and Brentford ended the first half 2-1 behind. At that time, the nerves of each team’s players and coaches were sharp because of the one-goal gap, and things happened in the process.

The Daily Mail explained, “West Ham head coach Kevin Nolan was seen arguing fiercely for Mufei after half-time. As he entered for the second half, Nolan approached Mufei. Nolan seems to have been displeased to see that Mufei was just outside the referee’s room at half-time. Nolan was dissatisfied with the Brentford bench players when West Ham’s penalty was not recognized in the first half as well.”

Fortunately, the situation did not turn into a big fight as teammate Mathias Jensen stopped Mufei and Mathias Jorgensen stopped the surprised coach.

It is not the first time that Mupay caused such a controversy. This is the third time this season alone. Although Mupay has enjoyed nerve warfare with the opponent in his career, he is focusing a lot of energy on nerve warfare with the opponent in this season.

Mupay scored the first goal during the match between Brentford and Tottenham on the 1st and showed a dart ceremony mocking the opponent’s midfielder Madison. When Tottenham overturned the game, Madison once again performed a dart ceremony, and the two players even fought a war of words after the game. 퀸알바

In an interview after the game, Madison sarcastically said, “Mufei probably didn’t score enough goals to have his own ceremony,” and Mufei responded on social media, saying, “I probably scored more goals than Madison and experienced fewer relegations.”

Mufei’s misbehavior did not stop there. Mufei also started against Manchester City on the 6th, and he scratched the opponent’s spirits with provocative words and actions toward opposing defender Walker. Walker approached Mufei immediately and tried to respond, but Pep Guardiola blocked it, and fortunately, it did not lead to a big fight.

Mupay, who is imprinted on fans with misbehavior and war of nerves rather than scoring, is expected to be the No. 1 target for war of nerves no matter what opponent he meets this season.

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