Boa Morte escapes West Ham fine after apologising to Sullivan
Luis Boa Morte has escaped disciplinary action after apologising to David Sullivan for his astonishing verbal attack on the West Ham co-owner, reports the Daily Mail.
The out-of-contract Portugal international is set to leave Upton Park this summer but demanded Sullivan shows 'more composure' next season following his controversial public criticism of the players and manager Gianfranco Zola this season.
Speaking to BBC's Match of the Day, the 32 year old said on Sunday, “Mr Sullivan should have a bit more composure when he talks and when he goes to the press to hammer the players.
“He should be a bit more steady. The fact you have the money, it doesn’t mean you can do whatever you want.”
But Sportsmail understands the £5million signing from Fulham in 2007, whose lucrative contract is up next month, has subsequently apologised to Sullivan and the club have decided not to take any action, contrary to reports that the ex-Arsenal star was in for a hefty £130,000 fine.