London – England’s Professional Footballers Association (PFA) will not take action on the controversy Raheem Sterling. They turn the matter over to the club Sterling, Liverpool, which is believed to be looking for the best solution for the players.
Lately Sterling are familiar with the various things smell controversy, starting from his refusal to offer a new contract from Liverpool worth 100 thousand pounds per week, he called not big enough.
Then last week he was being photographed shisha and the latest emerging video where Sterling caught drunk middle after inhaling Nitrous Oxide, which is the laughing gas and used in anesthesia and numbing in the medical world.
Naturally, with a row of this controversy, the future of Sterling in Liverpool are increasingly speculated where he reportedly will be sold in the summer.
Not only that action is considered to have finished Sterling bad example for young people, especially footballers in England and called deserve punishment from the FA and PFA as an association that houses Sterling.
However, PFA Deputy Chief Executive Bobby Barnes insists his side will not take any action because assess Sterling issue today is the area of Liverpool, who have greater authority to take action.
“I think the situation is clearly not wanted by anyone,” Barnes said as quoted by Sky Sports