Shelvey slams outdated workforce’s ‘bunch of whingebags’ after Newcastle win at Forest


JONJO SHELVEY slammed his former Newcastle team-mates as a “bunch of whingebags” after they beat his Nottingham Forest facet.

Shelvey joined Newcastle from Swansea in January 2016 for £12million.


Jonjo Shelvey suffered defeat with Nottingham Forest in opposition to outdated membership NewcastleCredit score: Alamy

However the 31-year-old dropped down the pecking order within the new period at St James’ Park and left to be part of Forest in January.

He welcomed his former membership to the Metropolis Floor final night time however Alexander Isak secured a brace and the three factors for the Magpies as his last-ditch penalty earned a 2-1 victory.

Newcastle additionally had a purpose controversially disallowed when Sean Longstaff was deemed to be offside within the build-up of Elliot Anderson’s headed effort.

Nevertheless, the ball was performed by two Forest defenders BEFORE hitting Longstaff.

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The Toon trustworthy had been understandably livid, with even the rulebook backing up their facet, with legend Alan Shearer even telling VAR to “f*** off”.

However after the sport Shelvey took purpose at his outdated workforce and informed Sky Sports activities: “I did not assume [Newcastle] would complain as a lot as they did on the pitch. However it’s a sport of soccer.

“I represent this football club now. I will give it my all. But yeah, a lot of whingebags in their team.”

Though he did add: “I will tell them that, only in a jokey way. I hope they get into Europe and have just positive words about the club.”


Shelvey made 202 Toon appearances, chipping in with 18 objectives, however took to the sphere simply 3 times within the Premier League this season.

His contract was resulting from expire within the north-east this summer season.

Sarcastically, although, Shelvey was simply two begins away from triggering a contract extension with the Magpies.

The six-cap England worldwide final performed for them within the Carabao Cup win over Bournemouth on December 20.

Thus far he has made six appearances for Steve Cooper’s relegation strugglers.

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