sport news Accrington Stanley chairman Andy Holt apologises for 's**thouse' comment

sport news Accrington Stanley chairman Andy Holt apologises for 's**thouse' comment
sport news Accrington Stanley chairman Andy Holt apologises for 's**thouse' comment
Accrington chairman Andy Holt apologises for calling Ipswich Town captain Sam Morsy a 's**thouse' - but the outspoken Stanley chief says he 'cannot make any promises' he won't lose his patience on social media again Sam Morsy has been banned for four games following a clash at Accrington The Ipswich Town captain has been suspended for appearing to raise his hands to the face of Ethan Hamilton during a feisty encounter against Accrington Accrington chairman Andy Holt called Morsy as a 's**thouse' but has apologised

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Accrington Stanley chairman Andy Holt has apologised after calling Ipswich Town captain Sam Morsy a 's**thouse'.

The derogatory remark was tweeted out by Holt in the aftermath of Accrington Stanley's 2-1 defeat to Ipswich.

Holt had been left unhappy at one particular incident in which Morsy appeared to raise his hands towards the face of Accrington Stanley's captain Ethan Hamilton. He has subsequently been banned for four matches. 

Andy Holt, chairman of Accrington Stanley, has apologised for a remark made on Twitter

Andy Holt, chairman of Accrington Stanley, has apologised for a remark made on Twitter

'He's a s**t house is Morsy,' Holt tweeted after the match, but he has since looked to apologise for the offence caused. 

Holt, who remains defiant that he is no way defending the actions of Morsy, said in a statement to the club's official website that he was wrong to voice his opinions as he did. 

He said: 'On Saturday, I lost my patience and made a derogatory remark

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