Rude comments on Twitter, Ferdinand Indicted FA
London – Queens Park Rangers defender, Rio Ferdinand, threatened sanctioned from the English Football Association (FA). Following the coarse pitched dipostingnya comments in social media networks Twitter.
The FA charged the former Manchester United star over indecent acts on the booms at the beginning of this month that respond to a comment from followernya.
“Maybe QPR will sign a good CB (center back) they need one,” reads a tweet. Afterwards, Ferdinand commented harshly. “Get ya mum in, plays well to field son! #sket.”
Sketch itself is a slang word from the language of Jamaica which when translated means prostitute.
FA give time to Ferdinand to 21 October to respond to these charges.
“Allegedly diunggahnya comments on his twitter account and pitched rough or inappropriate or derogatory or indecent,” read the FA statement reported by Reuters.
“The notion that any further offense is not in accordance with FA rules E3 (2) that also contains the reference to a gender.”