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Apparently it`s okay to show, and be able to lip read Andy Carroll telling the referee to f**k off in the Carling Cup Final after a decision went against him.

But if you make some sort of remark on Twitter that offends somebody then you will feel the full force of the Football Association.

Following on from the ex-United youngster Ravel Morrison`s brush with the FA over a recent homophobic quote, it now transpires that the crackdown has trawle din its nets a certain Federicho Macheda.

The Italian, on loan at Queens Park Rangers, is amongst a trio of young players that have fallen foul of the FA's crackdown on homophobic tweets and now faces a charge.

A word of advice young man, just steer clear of these social networking sites, they`re just not worth the hassle!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Tuesday February 28 2012
Time: 5:27PM

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PMSL! Why use Carrol as an example of a player swearing on the pitch when your very own boy wonder Shrek can clearly be seen using expletives to referees in every game? Btw RB the FA's rules governing homophobic slurs are the exact same as the rules regarding racist slurs, they both fall under the discrimination umbrella, so I'd suggest not to be so blasé about it.
Bluedub
29/02/2012 16:22:00
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Alternatively he could try not being a bigot...
fifthcolumnblue
29/02/2012 20:24:00
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