Jonny Evans and Papiss Cisse appeared to spit at each other when Newcastle played Manchester United…
Stoke striker Jonathan Walters has issued a warning to anyone who spits at him on the pitch, following the Jonny Evans Papiss Cisse incident, claiming that anyone who does it to him will be eating their supper through a straw that night, the Daily Mail reports.
Newcastle United’s Papiss Cisse has accepted his charge with regards to spitting and issued a full and frank apology and as such will serve a seven match suspension. On the other hand, Jonny Evans has denied the charge, claiming he was shocked to read the reports.
Walters though condemned the action, before warning no players to try it against him. In an interview with talkSPORT he said, “As a player you take anything off the ball; pinches and kicks that are meant to wind you up. Little things like that go on in any match.
“But spitting is pretty low. If it happened to me and someone spat at my face or towards me then I think he’d be eating his supper through a straw that night.
“I wouldn’t be that happy. It’s the lowest of the low.”
The Irishman has scored 10 goals this season in a Stoke side performing well in eighth place in the Premier League.