Leicester boss could be in big trouble…
Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson appeared to extraordinarily place his hands around the throat of Crystal Palace midfielder James McArthur in yesterday’s league clash in which Leicester lost 1-0.
Pearson looked to be smiling as the pair clashed, yet the refusal to let go of McArthur’s shirt hints the exchange may have been a little fiery – and Twitter isn’t happy…
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Alan Pardew got banned for a head butting an opponent. Nigel Pearson must get banned for trying to strangle an an opponent. #goodexample
— John Cross (@johncrossmirror) February 8, 2015
Nigel Pearson’s odd “I can look after myself” remark could turn a moment of slapstick into something more damaging #LCFCvCPFC
— MIKE WALTERS (@MikeWaltersMGM) February 8, 2015
If you missed it yesterday, Nigel Pearson, Pro Wrestler: https://t.co/VdARaJJ7VU
— Coral (@Coral) February 8, 2015
Genuinely concerned for Nigel Pearson I think the pressure may be getting to him. Not a rationale reaction
— LCFC Family (@LCFCFamily) February 8, 2015
Extraordinary achievement by Nigel Pearson there…managing to make Pardew look a decent and dignified human being by comparison.
— Stuart hutchison (@Hutchywutch) February 8, 2015
Alan Pardew probably thinks Nigel Pearson is a prick. That’s how much of a prick Nigel Pearson is.
— adam jones (@adamsupra_MUFC) February 8, 2015
Had another look and still don’t know what Nigel Pearson thought he was doing there. That’s a red card for a player. Hands around the throat
— Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) February 8, 2015
Just seen the Nigel Pearson incident. Weird…….really weird!!!!
— Jason Victor Cundy (@jasoncundy05) February 8, 2015
Nigel Pearson has a torture chamber in his basement.
— Huw Davies (@thehuwdavies) February 7, 2015
Nigel Pearson is an absolute maniac. Such a weirdo.
— HLTCO (@HLTCO) February 7, 2015