PFA watch on as Baggies row rumbles

Last Updated: Wed, 02 Apr 2014 17:33

The PFA could be forced to intervene in the aftermath of the dressing room clash between James Morrison and Saido Berahino on Saturday.

Berahino is reportedly considering legal action against Morrison, after the Scotland international allegedly punched the Baggies striker in a heated post-match row.

The West Brom hotshot suffered facial injuries during the dust-up following the 3-3 draw with fellow relegation strugglers Cardiff City. Now it has been claimed in some quarters that Morrison had the backing of senior West Brom team-mates when he reacted after being incensed by Berahino's attitude.

Berahino initially refused to apologise in the aftermath of the dramatic relegation six-pointer, in which he naively gave the ball away to enable the visitors to break and score an equaliser.

It's now being reported that the England Under-21 international does not feel he has had enough support from the club, who have played down the row.

It was a costly draw for Pepe Mel's struggling side, who remain 17th in the Premier League.

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