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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.

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The Mirror writes about the FA’s double standards when Dalglish is concerned. Will he be charged?

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