Swear Watch 5 by swearwatch
Law 12 doesn’t mention a camera, rather simply “using abusive and/or offensive language.” A Sky Sports camera came to Wayne Rooney and he swore at it. Kenny Dalglish walked over to Arsene Wenger where a Sky Sports camera was stood and swore at Wenger. Both people were guilty of breaking Law 12 and both people’s “abusive/offensive language” was audible to the viewing public at home.
If you have not heard back from the FA, contact the Independent Football Ombudsman.
The Mirror writes about the FA’s double standards when Dalglish is concerned. Will he be charged?
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