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Attacker's tweet 'questioned his performance'

By Western Gazette - North Dorset  |  Posted: September 20, 2012

TOUGH TRIP:  Yeovil Town's stand-in captain Byron Webster is felled by Leyton Orient midfielder Anthony Griffin on Tuesday night. The London outfit inflicted the Glovers' third consecutive defeat, triumphing 4-1. Yeovil play Sheffield United on Saturday.  Picture by Mike Kunz

TOUGH TRIP: Yeovil Town's stand-in captain Byron Webster is felled by Leyton Orient midfielder Anthony Griffin on Tuesday night. The London outfit inflicted the Glovers' third consecutive defeat, triumphing 4-1. Yeovil play Sheffield United on Saturday. Picture by Mike Kunz

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YEOVIL Town attacker Keanu Marsh-Brown must have been questioning his own performance in a Twitter outburst moments after his midweek substitution according to manager Gary Johnson.

The summer signing returned to the starting XI to face Leyton Orient on Tuesday after dropping to the substitutes' bench at MK Dons.

However, former Fulham and Arsenal youngster Marsh-Brown failed to have the desired impact and was replaced by Gozie Ugwu at the interval.

Minutes later, the 20-year-old took to his @KMarshBrown account on social network Twitter, posting "????????????????????????? ????" before deleting when fans retweeted it.

Johnson said: "He must be questioning his performance. If he isn't then he isn't going to improve because he didn't do anything on the day. On Tuesday, for whatever reason, he didn't do his job and if you don't do your job I have got to make the change."

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