Piers Morgan called Shaun Murphy a “massive baby” after an amateur player’s rant following a loss.

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Piers Morgan dubbed Shaun Murphy a “massive baby” after the amateur player’s post-loss rant.

Piers Morgan has called SNOOKER star Shaun Murphy a “massive baby.”

Piers Morgan has expressed his opinion on snooker player Shaun Murphy’s remarks about the sport.

This comes after Shaun stated that amateurs should not be allowed to compete in professional tournaments.

This comes after he was knocked out of the UK Championship in the first round by an amateur player.

Piers, an outspoken broadcaster, reacted to Shaun’s tweet earlier today, saying, “It is not fair, it is not right.”

Piers retweeted the news because he has 7.9 million followers on Twitter.

He also wrote, “What a massive baby.”

Shaun had earlier today slammed the snooker authorities for his unexpected loss.

The player, who was the world champion in 2005, was defeated by China’s Si Jiahui.

On Tuesday evening, he lost in the first round of the UK Championship, which is currently being held at the York Barbican.

Shaun said he felt “hard done by” after his defeat on BBC Radio 5 Live.

“I feel extremely wronged that I have lost to someone who shouldn’t even be in the building,” the player said.

“I’m not sure why we allow amateurs to compete in pro tournaments as a sport.”

“This is how we make a living.”

We make a living doing this.

“We are not contracted athletes; we are self-employed individuals.”

“We don’t belong to a team.”

“It is wrong, in my opinion, to walk into somebody who is not playing with the same pressures and concerns I am,” the snooker player continued.

“He acted as if he didn’t care about anything because he doesn’t.”

It is unjust and unjustifiable.

“I’m not picking on him because he’s a young man; he deserved to win.”

“At the end of the day, amateurs should not be permitted to participate in professional tournaments.”

“This is our source of income.”

I put food on the table in this manner.

I make money in this way.

“I have earned the right to call myself a professional snooker player since turning professional at the age of 15.”

“That’s something he hasn’t done.”

He has no right to be at the table.”

Shaun’s comments elicited mixed reactions from Piers’ followers.

“That’s like saying unfit athletes can’t play against fit athletes,” wrote user @Johns3boys.

“Completely agree,” @Stdonovan wrote.

Murphy has 247 hours to improve his game.

“The person who beat him has to make his own plans.”

“Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”

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