Aston Villa star Jack Grealish reacted on Twitter to the red card received by West Ham ace Tomas Soucek against Fulham last night.
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The Hammers saw out a drab 0-0 draw with Fulham at Craven Cottage.
Once again, however, Mike Dean stole the show.
The attention seeking referee and VAR official Lee Mason seem to be the only two people in the entire country who believe that Tomas Soucek meant to inflict harm on Aleksandar Mitrovic.
The decision to send the Czech ace off didn’t affect the result last night. It’s a huge blow for West Ham, however, because we will now lose one of our most important players for three games.
Unless the decision gets overturned of course.
Mike Dean Tomas Soucek red card decision is truly baffling
The 25-year-old is one of the nicest men you could meet. He seems like a genuinely lovely person.
There is absolutely no chance that he had any intention to hurt Mitrovic.
The Fulham striker said so himself after the game.
Even Aston Villa ace Jack Grealish took to Twitter to criticise the shocking decision from Mike Dean:
The entire footballing world seems to be behind West Ham and Tomas Soucek.
The shocking Mike Dean decision surely needs to get overturned.
The one real worry for the Hammers is that Dean had a decision overturned in midweek and the FA will be reluctant to admit two glaring errors in the matter of a few days.
Let’s hope that common sense prevails because we really need Soucek over the next few games.
And it’s commendable that Grealish took to Twitter last night to give the West Ham ace his support. Aston Villa are in direct competition with us for the top six, so the Villa ace deserves a lot of credit for throwing his hat into the mix.