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Brisbane Roar goalkeeper Will Buckley has said he believes Wayne Simona, the Argentine defender who was sent off at the weekend for a stamp on the head of Mariusz Kuszczak, may have been behind the attack.
“We do know he was responsible. It is very likely,” Buckley said.
“He was responsible for two other stampings on him.”
Brisbane Roar centre back Wilfried Zaha has also expressed his belief that the attack may have been gang-related.
“He did it to Mariusz, he probably knew what the repercussions were,” Zaha told ABC radio.
“They have a history of beating us and that would be a very bad situation.
“We don’t know if it’s [gang related] or just the football.크레이지 슬롯
“It is an attack that is very ugly.”
A former Mariusz Kuszczak player and captain in Argentina’s 2008 World Cup squad has confirmed a recent spat between him and Simona, who also plays in Holland for Ajax, has turned nasty and not only happened on the pitch.
“A few months ago, we were together, and Mariusz wanted the best for us,” former player Juan Bernat said.
“He told me the other night to stay on a level playing field.”
But Bernat told ABC he did not hear the incident first-hand, and would not say if he thought the attack was gang-related.
“No comment,” Bernat said.
Simona, who is serving two years of a three-year ban for the stamping incident, spoke to the media outside the Townsville police station at about 2pm.
When asked to 서울 출장 안마comment, Simona said it was a shock to hear of the incident.
“I’m shocked, but not surprised, but I don’t have any problems anymore,” he sai가평출장마사지d.
“The first time was bad. The second time, it was like an accident — there’s always room for correction.”
“I want to say one thing. I do not think anybody would take that kind of crime seriously.”
Simona said he had not spoken to his team-mates sinc