Former Aston Villa Chairman, Simon Jordan, has warned West Ham midfielder, Declan Rice, to keep his mouth shut.
This was after the England international again commented on the performance of referees after West Ham’s controversial defeat to Chelsea on Saturday.
UEFA slammed Rice with a two-game ban after accusing a referee of corruption following West Ham’s Europa League semi-final exit last season.
And the Hammers’ captain also stated his opinion on the state of VAR in the Premier League after they were denied the equalising goal by Maxwel Cornet against Thomas Tuchel’s Blues.
And Jordan seriously warned the young Hammers skipper a serious warning
“Declan got sanctioned recently for flapping his gums about a referee!” He said on talkSPORT.
“Rice will appeal to the masses… but keep your counsel, decisions are made and you make plenty of bad ones!”