Advert

Jack Grealish Has Been 'Told' To Stop Chanting "F**k The Albion!" At England's Kitman

Published 
| Last updated 

Jack Grealish Has Been 'Told' To Stop Chanting "F**k The Albion!" At England's Kitman

Jack Grealish has hilariously been told to stop chanting "F**k the Albion!" at England's kitman Pat Frost, who is a West Brom fan.

Loading…

The Aston Villa captain has captured the heart of a nation this summer and he's one of England's most popular players.

Grealish plays with incredible enthusiasm and is a very down to earth lad with an infectious personality - but his love for the Villa is worn on his sleeve.

Advert

A Twitter message from West Brom's mascot, which has now been deleted, jokingly asked Grealish to stop singing "F**k the Albion!" at Frost.

Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA

It all seems to be in good fun however as Frost replied to the tweet with: "He gives it me and I certainly give it him.

"He's a great bloke, by the way."

Advert


West Brom were relegated from the Premier League last season after coming 19th.

Villa, meanwhile, finished 11th with Grealish playing a vital role.

Advert

Fans have reacted to the news and they've fallen even harder for Grealish.

One commented: "Haha that's absolutely brilliant. The lad really does love Villa doesn't he."

Another said: "If he's not also chanting 'F**k the Blues' during Sweet Caroline as well I'd be shocked."

While a third added: "Hahahaha that's pretty good NGL."

Advert
Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA

Grealish came on for England during Wednesday evening's 2-1 win over Denmark but was then replaced himself in extra-time.

It's a decision that confused many at the time and manager Gareth Southgate addressed it in his post-match presser.

The Three Lions manager said: "He's fine - he understood, he was terrific when he came on he gave us momentum.

Advert

"But we know when they've gone behind in games they've thrown four men up front so we needed to get an extra defender on just to make sure we were more solid and I wanted to keep Raheem's [Sterling] speed on so it meant taking one of the two boys off who had just come on."

Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA

Southgate's move to bring him off was a bold one that could've backfired, but it didn't.

Ian Wright provided punditry for the game and told ITV: "I feel for Jack Grealish. You can see it's a tournament that he really wants to be a part of, Every time he gets going it doesn't quite happen for him. To be taken off like that, subbed as a sub and it's not nice.

"But it is about the squad and being a part of it. Sunday, Jack might come on and make a massive difference. He might set up the winning goal."

Featured Image Credit: PA Images

Topics: Aston Villa, Football, West Bromwich Albion, Euro 2020, Jack Grealish, England

Daniel Marland
More like this
Advert
Advert
Advert

Chosen for YouChosen for You

Football

Fans Name Incredible Football Facts That Sound Fake But They Turned Out To Be True

in 22 minutes

Most Read StoriesMost Read

MMA

Viral Sensation Hasbulla Magomedov Is Expected To Be In Attendance At UFC 267

a day ago