Jores Okore has not featured under Eric Black at Aston Villa so far.
Aston Villa fans are frustrated with the reports in The Sun suggesting that Jores Okore has been forced to train with the under-21 side.
Okore reportedly complained to Eric Black about his lack of game time, and was sent to train the youngsters for his protests.
Okore has not featured for Villa since March, and he is yet to play since Black took charge from Remi Garde.
The Danish defender still has a year left on his contract at Villa, but his future now looks uncertain.
With Villa set to drop into the Championship they will be forced to have a clear out in the summer, and Okore could be one of the players at risk.
The 23-year-old has only played 14 times in all competitions this season, and Villa fans are frustrated by his absence.
There is a commonly held belief that Okore would enhance the quality of the Claret and Blues’ defence, and the Midlands side supporters are frustrated that he is set to continue to be excluded.
Here is the best reaction to the latest news on social media site Twitter.
Out of all the players who could be sent to U21s, Okore is probably one who would have a positive effect on them. https://t.co/lMH8uCs7wL— Support The U21's (@SupportThe21s) April 20, 2016
Putting Okore in the U21s is a joke. Should be strolling into that first team over Lescott. By far our best CB— John Byng (@john_byng) April 20, 2016
Eric Black is the one that needs sending to the U21's not Okore— vízzy9 (@vizzy9) April 20, 2016
#avfc okore has been send down to the U21 after a spat at Eric black. he needs to be in the 1st squad instead of lescott— Callum (@MaceAvfc11) April 20, 2016
Imagine dropping Okore to the U21's and keeping Lescott as skipper— Jack O'Meara (@MrOMeara) April 20, 2016
Okore should be strolling into that side over Lescott— Ben Franklin. (@benavfcfranklin) April 20, 2016
Can't we just get rid of Eric Blacks and Jores Okore? Problems solved #avfc— Gary Blackwood © (@garyb_avfc) April 20, 2016