Charlie Austin says dressing room arguments are a typical prevalence in soccer and revealed he was concerned in a single himself simply final weekend.
The Queen Park Rangers striker, who’s on mortgage from West Brom, stated he and teammate Geoff Cameron got here to blows following Rangers’ defeat at Birmingham on Saturday.
Austin gave the west London aspect the lead simply earlier than half-time earlier than two quickfire Birmingham objectives late within the second half noticed QPR depart empty-handed.
The outcome understandably left the QPR gamers seething however the anger threatened to spill over within the away dressing room afterwards with Austin and Cameron engaged in a spat.
However the scenario was subtle by Stefan Johansen, who apologised to the entire group for lacking a giant probability when QPR had been 1-Zero up.
Austin advised Drivetime: “Me and Geoff Cameron, after the sport, had a bit moan at one another. He got here in saying it wasn’t adequate, I replied that we gotta defend higher.
“We have now a full argument in entrance of the group after which Stef stood up and stated ‘woah, woah, woah, it’s my fault, I ought to have killed the sport off. It was poor from me’.
“Me and Geoff simply checked out one another and went ‘I’m glad he simply stated that!’.
“It depends upon the participant. Stef’s Norwegian captain, ought to have scored to make it 2-Zero and he is aware of that, he stood up in entrance of us and held his fingers up.”
Austin says the problems have now been resolved however believes the truth that he and Cameron had been arguing is an efficient signal for the membership’s future.
He added: “It’s the signal of an excellent group since you need the perfect for one another. There’s a nice line, in fact there’s, however the perfect groups will argue for certain.”