Brown: Nasri was lucky not to be sent off

The dickhead that is Hull boss Phil Brown was convinced Samir Nasri should have been sent off in the Tigers’ 3-0 defeat at Arsenal.
Denilson’s opener for the Gunners came just after players from both teams were embroiled in a mass confrontation – sparked by Nasri’s off-the-ball tangle with Richard Garcia.
Hull’s Stephen Hunt then clashed with Nasri and referee Steve Bennett booked both players when order was restored. The feud appeared to continue in the tunnel as the players left the pitch at half-time.
Geovanni had an opportunity to equalise but Manuel Almunia saved his penalty and further goals from Eduardo and Abou Diaby secured the points for the Gunners.
Brown said: “I have got genuine players. They are solidly behind the campaign at Hull. Richard Garcia is an honest lad. If Nasri gets booked, why did he get booked? I need to know that one.
“If it is an off-the-ball incident, having given a free-kick, I cannot see any reason for him going and stamping on Richard. He doesn’t go down easily. He is a proper man.”
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