Crystal Palace's Jason Puncheon's woes have continued today after he tweeted claims questioning the integrity of former QPR boss Neil Warnock. Puncheon made the claims after Warnock had criticised his penalty miss at White Hart Lane in their 2-0 defeat to Spurs.
Warnock came out about the recent comments telling BBC Sport: "If it's been suggested I have done anything untoward, I can confirm I most certainly haven't, the matter is being addressed with him directly on my behalf."
BBC Sport also quoted Warnock in saying he had "Been made aware of the comments. The first Tweet I have no problem with; he is entitled to his opinion. Moving on from there his later tweets he has made comments I know nothing about."
Palace and Spurs were tied at 0-0 when Puncheon stepped up to take the first half penalty. The outcome resulted with the ball flying high and wide straight into the proverbial row Z.
Puncheon played under Warnock while on loan at QPR a few seasons ago. After the game, speaking as a pundit on Talksport, Warnock stated that "not in a million years" would he have picked Puncheon to kick a penalty. Also saying that "There's no way I would've trusted him with a penalty, You've got to have somebody a little bit more cool, and he's not like that, Jason."
Puncheon's recent comments have since been deleted from his Twitter account and has the midfielder in hot water with Warnock considering his legal options over the matter.