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Harry Arter Was In No Mood For Tony Pulis' Bullshit At The Weekend

Harry Arter Was In No Mood For Tony Pulis' Bullshit At The Weekend
By PJ Browne

West Brom and Bournemouth drew 1-1 at Dean Court on Saturday afternoon.

With both sides clear of the relegation zone, there was little other than a slightly higher league position to play for.

Still, Ireland international Harry Arter was in a battling mood. With 20 minutes remaining, Arter was shown a yellow card by Mark Clattenburg for a challenge on Darren Fletcher. Tony Pulis felt it should have been much more.

In fact, Pulis thought Arter had done enough during the game to warrant two red cards.

Harry Arter's a lucky boy tonight.

His push on McAuley first half was really a yellow card, the handball second half that stops us breaking was a yellow card, and his tackle on Fletcher is a straight red card but we finished the game 11 against 11.

It wasn't just during the game that Arter was in a combative frame of mind.


After hearing Pulis' comments, the 26-year-old had a retort for the West Brom manager.

He should see the stud marks on my leg and he would probably think his player should have been sent off first.

Mark Clattenburg said he would look at the footage because he wasn’t sure if there had been a high foot.

Their player apologised to me after the game because he said he caught me so maybe he (Pulis) should speak to his players before he comes out and speaks out loud.

Picture credit: David Maher / SPORTSFILE

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