Featured Matches
Previous
Seattle Sounders FC
Los Angeles
ESPN2 2:00 AM GMT
Game Details
Richmond Kickers
Crystal Palace
11:00 PM GMT
Game Details
Norwich City
Nice
5
1
FT
Game Details
Richmond Kickers
Crystal Palace
11:00 PM GMT
Game Details
Brøndby
Silkeborg IF
2
0
FT
Game Details
AIK
Falkenbergs FF
3
0
FT
Game Details
BK Hacken
Djurgarden
2
1
FT
Game Details
Seattle Sounders FC
Los Angeles
ESPN2 2:00 AM GMT
Game Details
Tigre
All Boys
(5) 0
(4) 0
FT-Pens
Game Details
Belgrano de Córdoba
Independiente
12:15 AM GMT
Game Details
Next
 Posted by ESPN Staff
Nov 17, 2006

Warnock blasts 'thick' Blades

Sheffield United boss Neil Warnock has branded his misbehaving players as 'thick' after goalkeeper Paddy Kenny had his eyebrow bitten at an Indian restaurant.

Kenny was taken to hospital and needed stitches above his left eye.

Warnock insists there is no discipline problem at Bramall Lane but added: 'It's the players who are thick who are causing the problems. They are not going to get their brains back, that's for sure.'

Kenny became embroiled in a brawl with a friend outside a curry house in Halifax in the early hours of Monday.

The latest revelation comes a week after midfielder Alan Quinn paid out £2,000 after admitting being involved in a fight which left someone needing hospital treatment.

Last month, there were allegations that defender Claude Davis had threatened striker Ade Akinbiyi with a cut-throat razor during a training ground bust-up.

Although Akinbiyi refused to confirm or deny whether Davis had used the razor, he did concede there had been 'argy-bargy'. The club refused to comment at the time.

When asked if there was a discipline issue at the club, Warnock replied: 'I don't think so.

'But the lads have to learn, if you are a professional footballer in the Premier League then you are news.

'There are only Paddy and Alan who have got involved in problems, and they should have been avoided.'

Comments

Use a Facebook account to add a comment, subject to Facebook's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Your Facebook name, photo & other personal information you make public on Facebook will appear with your comment, and may be used on ESPN's media platforms. Learn more.