Arsenal youngster Emmanuel Frimpong paid the price for getting involved in a heated conversation in Twitter has been fined £6,000 and got a further warning over his future behavior by the Football Association.
The 20-year-old who made 14 appearances for Arsenal and endured an ill-fated loan move at Wolves last season was charged on the ground of improper conduct related to issues under FA Rule E3.
On 15th July, Frimpong was answering to a Tottenham Hotspur fan on Twitter, a social networking site, who provoked him with abusive tweets. The midfielder replied with languages that were considered derogatory by the Football Associations.
An FA statement read: “Frimpong posted comments amounting to improper conduct and/or which brought the game into disrepute, which included a reference to faith.”
The player was reprimanded by Arsenal and was told to behave properly in future keeping in mind of the responsibility when representing the club.
The FA further has laid down certain guidelines for players about their handling of social media, especially Twitter which is very popular amongst everyone.
Possibly Related Posts:
- Arsenal boss has green light to spend big on Man United star!
- 19-goal sensation wants Arsenal move!
- Arsenal close in on agreeing deal with defender!
- Arsenal circle, as ‘rock’ is on the move!
- Arsenal target wants move, but Gunners stay cheap?