Queens Park Rangers midfielder Joey Barton denies that he had an argument with teammate Clint Hill during last night's defeat to Sheffield Wednesday.
Queens Park Rangers midfielder Joey Barton has rejected suggestions that he had a "disagreement" with teammate Clint Hill on the pitch.
There were claims that referee Paul Tierney had to defuse a row between the pair after Richard Dunne was sent off during QPR's 3-0 defeat to Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday night.
After the reports, Barton took to Twitter to say: "Why are sky making out me and Clint where having a disagreement. Absolutely false. Clearly it was him stopping me moaning at the ref.
"The same ref incidentally who sent me off against Leicester. I am clearly unhappy at pen decision and Dunneys sending off."
The 31-year-old went on to say that the result for QPR, who sit fourth in the Championship table, was 'unacceptable'.
Result: Wednesday ease past 10-man QPR >