EPL: I don’t know why I get booed by fans of opposition teams – Jack Grealish

Jack Grealish, the midfielder for Manchester City, is puzzled by the consistent booing he receives from away fans.

However, he has come to view it as a form of flattery, considering any hostility he faces on opposing pitches as a sign of his impact on the game.

Jack Grealish played a key role in helping Manchester City secure a historic treble last season and is determined to continue this success in the current season.

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The England international has been instrumental in City’s progress to the quarterfinals of the Champions League and the semifinals of the FA Cup. With City also vying for a top spot in the domestic league, Grealish remains focused on achieving further success with his team.

“I always wonder: why do the opposition fans boo me? My mum always asks about it as well!” He said after City’s 0-0 draw with Arsenal on Sunday.

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“But I don’t actually know. At every away ground I go to, I get booed and I’m not entirely sure why. I just try to take it as a positive or compliment…”

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