James Maddison has been dubbed ‘disrespectful’ and ‘disgraceful’ for allegedly laughing and joking with Tottenham gamers – together with Harry Kane – after Leicester crashed out of the Premier League prime 4.
Sunday’s 4-2 defeat to Spurs noticed the Foxes end fifth and miss out on Champions League soccer on the ultimate day, regardless of spending 242 days inside the highest 4 – greater than another membership within the prime flight this season.
Maddison has struggled to make the identical impression in Brendan Rodgers’ staff ever since his current return from damage, with the midfielder substituted within the 62nd minute.
And his poor show, plus his antics at full-time after the membership’s bitter prime 4 disappointment, left Leicester fan, Matt, livid.
He instructed talkSPORT: “The factor that basically riled me at the moment is have a look at Wesley Fofana, which had an enormous impression on the sport, he goes off in tears when he was taken off the pitch.
“James Maddison, who was substituted, got here on the pitch cracking jokes, fangirling over [Harry] Kane, even gamers like [Heung-min] Son who he’s in all probability by no means met in his life… how disrespectful is that to what’s simply occurred at the moment?
“I do know we’re fortunate to have a participant like Maddison, however you guys solely see the spotlight reel, once you watch him week in, week out, he’s so irritating.
“Since his damage and his self-discipline from that despicable motion when he went to that celebration, it’s like we’ve been taking part in with ten males!
“If he’d have performed within the FA Cup last, this might have been a disastrous season, make no mistake.
“He’s taken no accountability, he bought hooked at 62 minutes and he’s on the pitch laughing and joking and hugging Kane? It’s disgraceful.”
Maddison has struggled for type since getting back from a hip damage final month.
The 24-year-old failed to attain a purpose or register an help in 9 matches, which might depart his possibilities of making England’s Euro 2020 squad in tatters.
Three Lions supervisor Gareth Southgate will announce his 26-man squad on Tuesday, with Maddison one in every of a lot of proficient attacking midfielders vying for a spot on the staff bus.