JACOB RAMSEY was savaged by one of his own Aston Villa team-mates.
That’s after saying “it’s only Conference League” to giddy fans after a final day win against Brighton.
Villa wrapped up an impressive season with a 2-1 victory over the high-flying Seagulls.
Unai Emery’s latest win saw his Midlands side secure a seventh-place finish ahead of Tottenham.
And it also sealed qualification to next term’s Europa Conference League – the continent’s third-tier competition.
Fans attempted to boost their team’s hopes before kick-off by laying on a rousing welcome at Villa Park.
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Supporters sang and chanted around the stadium, with many declaring in unison: “We’re all going on a European tour.”
But young superstar Ramsey, who signed a five-year contract last year, appeared to be unimpressed with the reception.
As video footage from inside Villa’s team bus captured the moment on camera, Ramsey was heard saying: “The f**k? It’s only Conference.”
However, this did not go down well with a teammate, who gave the prodigy an immediate slap-down.
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Ramsey’s pal snapped: “Shut up man, have some respect bro. Are you mad? We’ve got that on record as well.”
Midfielder Ramsey has been at Villa since 2007, working his way up through their academy to become a mainstay in Emery’s side.
He scored six goals in 38 games this season, taking his overall record to 12 goals in 101 outings.
Ramsey was recently named Villa’s Young Player of the Year for the second time in a row.
And he will be hoping to progress even further under Emery next term.
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