English Premiership

Shelvey denies Can punch

2014-12-30 11:16
Jonjo Shelvey (Supplied)

Cape Town – Jonjo Shelvey has publicly denied that he intentionally try to punch Liverpool midfielder Emre Can.

The former Liverpool midfielder took to social media to both deny and apologise to Can about the incident which happened during Liverpool’s 4-1 thumping of Swansea.

"Just wanna say didn't intentionally elbow emre can," Shelvey tweeted.

"Was just trying to get my arm across to get round him and it's come off as I'm trying to hurt another play and I can assure you that, that isn't the case.

"And I had apologised to emre can for catching him."

It has been reported that Shelvey could still be sighted if referee on the night, Andre Marriner, mentions it in his report.

Here is Shelvey’s denying and apologising for the incident via Twitter:


Do you think it was unintentional as well? Have a look and decide for yourself.

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