Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel has said that he is not sorry for stamping on Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea last weekend because he doesn’t believe he did anything wrong, according to the Daily Mirror.
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Skrtel was handed a three-match ban for the incident, and he reacted to the news by labelling members of the FA’s decision making committee as clowns on his Instagram page.
And he has now followed that up with a defiant message claiming that he didn’t do anything wrong, and that his stamp on the Spaniard wasn’t a stamp at all.
“I didn’t want to stamp on him. It was an accident and I didn’t do it on purpose,” he said.
“I don’t feel guilty. It was a long ball and he went towards me and I wanted to jump over him. Simple as that.”