A simple solution.Byline: By James Hunter Dr James Hunter CBE (Born 1948) is currently Director for the UHI Centre for History, Chairman of the Isle of Eigg Heritage Trust and vice Chairman of Highland 2007 and formerly the Chairman of Highlands and Islands Enterprise, the Inverness-based development and training agency
A leading official from a teachers' union this week suggested that football should be screened after the 9pm television watershed because the players set youngsters such a bad example.
He was referring to the amount of swearing, cheating and violent behaviour that goes on in every match, and which is highlighted by TV.
As far as I am aware, all three are covered by the Laws of the Game The Laws of the Game (also known as the Laws of Football) are the rules governing a game of association football (soccer). Current Laws of the Game
The current Laws of the Game consists of 17 individual laws:
If the likes of Wayne Rooney Wayne Mark Rooney (born 24 October 1985 in Liverpool) is an English footballer who currently plays for the English Premier League club Manchester United and the England national team. (left) was shown a red card and received a three-match ban every time he swore in the direction of the officials, it wouldn't take long to improve his self-control.