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LONDON - Blackburn Rovers coach Sam Allardyce yesterday described Bafana Bafana striker Benni McCarthy as selfish.
According to BBC Radio, Allardyce said: The only loyalty a player has got is to himself."
The manager was responding to McCarthy's failure to attend two training sessions in a bid to force a move to West Ham United.
Blackburn received a written offer for the South African international from the Hammers Premier League rivals West Ham United yesterday.
"We are very disappointed with Benni's non-appearance for training and will deal with it separately should he remain here after the transfer window has closed," said manager Sam Allardyce.
"We have said all along we will listen to offers but only agree to sell if both the commercial and football reasons satisfy Blackburn Rovers. That situation remains unchanged," he said.
McCarthy is expected to be in South Africa's squad for the World Cup, which kicks off on June 11.
Bafana have been drawn in Group A with Mexico, Uruguay and France.
An official at Ewood Park said a deal with the Hammers regarding the troublesome Bafana forward had not been concluded.
If McCarthy joins West Ham and plays regularly at the London club, this will please Bafana coach Carlos Alberto Parreira.
The Brazilian mentor is banking on McCarthy's experience for the World Cup and has advised the temperamental striker and other overseas-based players to move to clubs that will give them enough game-time for them to be fit for the quadrennial event. - Reuters and Ramatsiyi Moholoa