English midfielder Ravel Morrison had a lot to say on the street bust-up involving former Sheffield United teammate Ollie McBurnie. Ravel Morrison took to social media to have his say on the incident when it happened earlier this month.


24-year-old Sheffield United striker McBurniewas arrested and subsequently bailed as a result of the incident. McBurnie was involved in a fracas with Elliott Wright. Wright, 21, is an insurance broker. A clip on social media showed McBurnie in a fracas with Wright before a second video which later surfaced showed that the Blades striker was being verbally abused before the fracas.

Speaking on the incident, Ravel Morrison posted that McBurnie was not in the wrong after sticking up for himself on the back of being abused by a group of lads. According to him, keep your mouths closed and keep it moving if you’re not ready for a reaction. It was clear that Wright didn’t expect the reaction he got from Blades striker McBurnie.

McBurniewas on the playing roster at Welsh outfit Swansea City before Sheffield United splashed the cash to sign him at the start of last season. The Blades paid £20m to secure his transfer from the Swans in 2019 and he was the club-record signing at the time of his transfer. He was part of the Sheffield United squad that secured a top half finish in the Premier League in his debut season at Bramall Lane under the guidanceof Blades legend Chris Wilder.

Wilder kept Sheffield United in the Premier League comfortably last season but he was unable to do same this season. He led the Blades to the bottom of the table before he left his post in March by mutual consent. The Blades sealed their relegation a month later and will play in the English Championship next season.