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.