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Jack Grealish Accused Of Being Disrespectful After Bizarrely Taunting Miguel Almiron At Man City's Title Parade

Nasir Jabbar

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Jack Grealish Accused Of Being Disrespectful After Bizarrely Taunting Miguel Almiron At Man City's Title Parade

Miguel Almiron was bizarrely taunted by Jack Grealish, who said Riyad Mahrez played like the Newcastle United player during Manchester City's dramatic victory over Aston Villa last weekend. ​


Grealish, who didn't come off the bench in his side's 3-2 win over Villa, looked worse for wear at Man City's title parade on Monday. 

He savagely took aim at Bernardo Silva as he thanked him for coming off the pitch against Villa and hilariously poked fun at Kyle Walker

But it wasn't just his teammates on his radar as the £100 million randomly called out Newcastle's Almiron. 

Image: PA
Image: PA
Image: PA
Image: PA

In a video with Silva, the England international revealed the 'secrets' behind their thrilling win on the final day of the Premier League season.

In doing so, he mocked the Paraguayan midfielder - saying Mahrez played like him before being substituted in the 56th minute. 

Well, Grealish ridiculing Almiron has not gone down well on social media, with Newcastle fans laying into the Man City star. 

One tweeted: "Bit weird to disrespect a fellow pro when you’ve more than likely never spoke a word to Almiron… beer fear pending for Grealish."​

A second wrote: "Of all the people he chose ALMIRON to call out? Our lovely happy smiling Miggy?! Rent free is all I’ll say."

A third added: "Don’t understand why Grealish had to compare Mahrez to Almiron by slagging him off, that sounds very unprofessional."​​

A fourth commented: "Bringing up Almiron is weird I can’t lie."

Did Grealish cross the line? Let us know.

Featured Image Credit: via Instagram

Topics: Jack Grealish, Football, Manchester City, Riyad Mahrez

Nasir Jabbar
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