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No swearing at hendon or you are in big trouble

By Rupe (legacy user)5/7/2014 03:37Sat Jul 5 03:37:01 2014

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I cannot believe what I have read about foul language.

Whilst I totally agree that discriminatory language is unacceptable, foul language has been part of watching football since it's inception.

Are you seriously implying that if the hendon number 9 misses an open goal then shouting out for example 'oh for f...ks sake' will merit a ban?

Does this mean chanting 'the referees a wan..r' is also forbidden?

Will this also apply to the players on the pitch? Surely the same rules must apply to the players then?
If our number 3 is badly tackled will he be educated to call out 'oh flip' or 'dash it'?

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