He let off 2 minutes of steam because he was disappointed at being subbed, and you would drop him for poor behaviour? Laughable.
You label it a must win game, then put Ayew and Antonio upfront and drop both our strikers.
Last week against Swansea he sat in the dugout with a face like a slapped arse after being subbed .
This week, due to no action being taken of which we are aware , he clearly declined to accept the Managers consoling words as to either his performance or why the change was made and strops off to the dugout .
It's a very fine line between disappointment and petulance and my opinion is Hernandez has crossed over to the wrong side .
Petulant behaviour if left unchecked results in players refusing to play for the Manager , ****ing injury and the Manager losing the dressing room and ultimately his job .
The club Captain was left out completely yesterday , he still travelled with the squad, sat on the bench for the entirety of the game , a game in which he would undoubtedly feel he would have been a good option to come on and lock up the midfield a touch .The Manager took a different approach , but the captain didn't misbehave .He took it on the chin like the good professional he is .
We have a club where the Chairman signs the players, interferes with team selection, won't discuss the Managers contract until it will have run out , and that poor standard of behaviour eventually transfers to the players , who start taking the piss because they can see the Manager lacks the backing of his boss .
The end result is a slide down the table , it all becomes a self fulfilling prophecy whenever a Manager is undermined .