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Cardiff City's Sean Morrison blasts Derby County players in foul-mouthed rant

Cardiff City captain Sean Morrison launches a controversial verbal assault on three Derby County players in leaked video footage.





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Cardiff City's Sean Morrison has launched a controversial, foul-mouthed rant at several Derby County players in a video which surfaced on social media.

The clip, which was seemingly filmed in the back of a taxi, sees the Bluebirds skipper lay into Richard Keogh, Alex Pearce and Jason Shackell, mocking the size of the latter's manhood.


"Alright Richard, Richie. Just want to say mate, you are a mug," he said in the footage uploaded to Twitter.

"'Give me the ball, give me the ball, I really want the ball' - then you just run as fast as you can 10 yards then just cut inside to the other centre-half because you are s**t at football.

"Pearcey is up your a**e. Alex Pearce is so far up your a**e it is an embarrassment.

"Shackell as well, he doesn't show his d**k. Little insecure c**t. Little tiny d**k, little tiny willy."

Morrison's remarks come ahead of the Championship contest between promotion challengers Derby and Cardiff at the iPro Stadium later this month.

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