The midfielder wasn’t happy at being substituted…
Newcastle United manager John Carver has warned Remy Cabella not to be ‘disrespectful’ to his team-mates following his visibly angry reaction to being substituted in the game against Stoke this Sunday, as reported by BBC Sport.
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The 24-year-old midfielder threw his water bottle on the floor as a reaction to being taken off during yesterday’s match.
Carver wasn’t wholly displeased with his reaction but wanted to let the Frenchman know that it could have been seen as disrespectful to his team-mate coming on.
“All I said to Remy, who threw his bottle on the floor, was: ‘Don’t be disrespectful to the guy who’s going on’,” Carver said.
“It’s great to see someone react to being taken off the pitch, but there’s a way to do that.
“Gabriel Obertan was going on, and don’t be disrespectful. It could be the other way round in the future.”
The Magpies manager said he withdrew Cabella from the game as he had one eye on Wednesday’s Premier League match away at Crystal Palace, which sees a reunion between Newcastle and their former manager, Alan Pardew.
Meanwhile, Jack Colback has said that there will be no extra motivation to get one up on their former boss, who left Newcastle to take over at Crystal Palace, when they visit Selhurst Park.