Leighton James: Action must be taken against Cardiff
SOUTH Wales Police and the Football Association of Wales should take action over the behaviour of Mark Hudson and other Cardiff City players during their promotion celebrations.
A club captain has a position of responsibility so should not be chanting offensive songs about his side’s rivals on an open top bus parade.
When Alan Tate and Lee Trundle held up a flag containing a obscene message at the Millennium Stadium in 2006, they were fined, banned for a game and received a police caution.
How is this any different to that?
If the FAW and police are to appear consistent, Hudson and the others involved should be hit with a similar punishment.
There is footage available on the internet so anyone can see exactly what the players were belting out as they moved through the Cardiff streets.