Henry sending off whips up media storm again
Henry received his second sending off of his 300+ game career against Wigan.
With the media storm surrounding Molineux over the past month or so, Wolves fans have had to put up with little gems like this from visiting supporters to Vital Wolves: 'Scum of the premier league!!! You went mad after sidwell's challenge, Henry should be banned for life, he has already broke a top players leg, had a go at alot of players like barton and then that horrific challenge yesterday. No wolves fan or the joke of Mccarthy can defend a scumbag like him, he isnt a footballer he just kicks lumps out of people, thats what wolves do.'
This wholly inaccurate comment came from P.Avfc, showing the influence the media can have over their readers.
The fact that this Villa support believes Henry is 'scum bag' following only the second red card of his career is laughable, especially to Wolves fans who get to watch Henry a little bit more than the little snippets Match Of The Day decide to screen.
'At the time I saw the tackle and thought it was a difficult one for the referee and would be touch and go,' said Wolves striker Kevin Doyle to Wolves Official Website.
He added: 'Karl has apologised for being sent off and he's not a dirty player by any means.'
'In the time I've played with him I've known him as a very clean and fair player.'
Vital Wolves Comment: Personally I won't argue that Henry deserved a red card on this occasion, but please, lets not turn this one incident into something it isn't.
Is Steve Sidwell all of a sudden a scum bag for breaking Adlene Guedioura leg?
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