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My mum asks me why I get booed at every single ground I go to, says Grealish


JACK GREALISH is very popular amongst Man City supporters but anywhere he goes outside the Etihad he is jeered by opposition fans.

The midfielder and his mum candidly revealed his ability to secure trophies, yet he cannot understand why he fails to win over the hearts of his rivals.

Jack Grealish speaks out on why he gets booed by away fans


Jack Grealish speaks out on why he gets booed by away fansCredit: EPA
The Manchester City star revealed his mum asks him about it


The Manchester City star revealed his mum asks him about itCredit: Instagram / jackgrealish

Grealish, 28, moved to City in 2021 making him the most expensive British player at the time at £100million.

The Birmingham-born star has endured a tough season after a horrific run of injuries the last few months.

And fans were over the moon to see he returned to the pitch this weekend in City’s Premier League title clash against Arsenal.

But when Grealish is away from his home crowd he is faced with boos and in an exclusive interview with his club he revealed does not know why.

He said: “I always think about it. I always wonder, ‘why do they boo me?’ – and my mum always asks me about it as well.

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

And Grealish’s best way to hush his rivals is to show them his trophy cabinet.

He’s won six major pieces of silverware since his move from Aston Villa and is hoping to play his part in the Blues’ attempts to win another three this season.


Still, too many Grealish is seen as a hero especially his younger sister Hollie who was born with cerebral palsy.

Ask if Grealish is Hollie’s role model he said: “I think I probably am. But she gets fed up with me as well because I’m always winding her up and stuff!

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“I love her to pieces, and we are so lucky to have her because when she was born, they told us she wouldn’t be able to do a lot of things like talking and walking, but luckily she can do all that now.”

The midfielder growing up was forced to overcome numerous disability hurdles to look after his sister.

He continued: “I think it’s a little bit easier for me because I’ve always been around my sister who is severely disabled.

“Whether that’s because her friends who often come around who are also disabled, I don’t know, but I’ve always been used to being around people with disabilities.

“Disabled children are a lot less fortunate than the majority of people and can live difficult lives, so I think it’s important to show them lots of love and treat them really well.”

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