Filed: Tuesday, 24th July 2012
By: Staff Writer
Ravel Morrison has returned from West Ham United's pre-season tour of Germany - just 48 hours after the squad left the UK.
The 19-year-old midfielder, who joined West Ham from Manchester United during the last transfer window confirmed tonight that he had flown home without kicking a ball in anger.
Morrison, who featured in Friday night's 4-1 friendly defeat at Grays Athletic and was an unused sub at Colchester the following day insisted however that there was nothing sinister about his early return.
After rumours began to circulate earlier this evennig speculating about the reasons for his return to England, Morrison insisted that he had left West Ham's base due to ill health.
Speaking via Twitter, he said: "I have not been sent home, I'm just really Ill. Thanks for everyone that's said get well soon."
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08:02AM 25th Jul 2012
''Lets hope his comments arent a smokescreen and he wasn't sent home for bad behaviour. Sam's put a lot of faith in him and it's time he repays WHU for getting his career back on track. We're expecting big things from this lad. We need him to push on this season and introduce some flair into the midfield which we are currently badly lacking.''
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