Jack Wilshere unlikely to face FA charge over Twitter rant

07 February 2011 01:48
Jack Wilshere is unlikely to be punished for venting his anger at referee Phil Dowd on Twitter after the match.[LNB] There is little appetite at the FA for charging the 19-year-old for his blast about 'inconsistent' decisions, which he later deleted, but they will consider the comments today. [LNB] Red mist: Arsenal's Abou Diaby pushes Kevin Nolan after clashing with Joey Barton[LNB]Wilshere, who is expected to start for England in Denmark on Wednesday, posted criticism about Diaby's red card and asked why Nolan was not sent off for a similar offence later on. [LNB]It is not viewed as questioning Dowd's integrity in the same way as former Liverpool forward Ryan Babel, who was fined for posting an image of referee Howard Webb in a Manchester United shirt.[LNB] Outspoken: Jack Wilshere (left), in action in the draw against Newcastle[LNB] Newcastle 4 Arsenal 4: The inside line on the greatest comebackGraham Poll: Nolan and Diaby should have seen red but second Newcastle penalty was baffling[LNB] [LNB]  Explore more:People: Jack Wilshere, Ryan Babel Places: Liverpool, United Kingdom, Denmark

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