Ravel Morrison joined Cardiff on a three month loan deal today.
The troubled youngster appears to have played his final game for the club now, having been loaned on twice since enjoying such a fruitful spell in the first-team at the beginning of last season.
His court case in January looked to be the latest of a long list of off field crap from the former Man United youngster. Before that was his Instagram post of him wearing an Arsenal shirt.
But upon announcing his move to Cardiff on Twitter today, he also took aim at the club with a bizarre claim that his not rated by anyone at West Ham.
A strange comment to make, but it does make you wonder whether it’s him being immature (again!) or he has been told by the management that he’s just not good enough. If it’s the latter then it’s a frustrating outcome to what could’ve been a promising West Ham career for Morrison.
The fact he has deleted those tweets since suggests it could well be Allardyce who has told him he isn’t rated. But let’s not jump to conclusions.
So we’d like to wish Ravel all the best at Cardiff and then move to the enjoyable time we’re having at the club at the moment. Long may it continue and, hopefully, it’ll involve Ravel some time in the future…