Ravel Morrison reveals he stole Man Utd team-mate’s boots as he blasts club for troubles, claiming ‘they could have done a lot more’

RAVEL MORRISON has revealed he once stole a Manchester United team-mate’s boots – but blasted his old club for his troubles, saying "they could have done more".

The new Ostersund star, 26, has hit out at his former team claiming they were not blameless in his decline from future star to journeyman.

Ravel Morrison reveals he stole Man Utd team-mate’s boots as he blasts club for troubles, claiming ‘they could have done a lot more’Getty5 Ravel Morrison has revealed Man Utd could have done more to help him

Morrison also reiterated the fact he did not steal Rio Ferdinand's watch as was once claimed, but he did admit to lifting a team-mate's old boots.

Ferdinand had once suggested the mercurial star had nicked his expensive watch – but later rebutted his accusation.

And Morrison told The Times he would never have done such a thing, adding United were quick to pin the blame on him for anything and everything.

He revealed: "It was always ‘Ravel’s done this, Ravel’s done that'.

Ravel Morrison reveals he stole Man Utd team-mate’s boots as he blasts club for troubles, claiming ‘they could have done a lot more’Getty5 Rio Ferdinand once claimed Ravel Morrison stole his watch
Ravel Morrison's journeyman career

Man Utd: 2009-2012

West Ham: 2012-2015

Birmingham (loan): 2012-13

QPR (loan): 2014

Cardiff (loan): 2014

Lazio: 2015-2019

QPR (loan): 2017

Atlas (loan): 2017-18

Ostersund: 2019-present

Ravel Morrison reveals he stole Man Utd team-mate’s boots as he blasts club for troubles, claiming ‘they could have done a lot more’Getty5 Morrison was shipped out to Gorton by United officials to stay out of trouble

"The one thing I took was a pair of football boots that the player didn’t wear any more. But watches? Phones? That was ridiculous to say.”

Morrison went on to say he was forced away from the city, with the club believing it to be in his best interests – to stay out of trouble.

But Morrison claimed: “I didn’t need to get away from Manchester.

“There were times when I did something wrong, but often it was just wrong time, wrong place, wrong crowd and it wasn’t even me doing something.

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