League issues social media guidelines

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The Premier League have revealed new guidelines for social media by players, on the afternoon the Football Association charged Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong with improper conduct relating to recent comments on Twitter.

The 20-year-old responded to a Tottenham fan on July 15 and although he shortly removed the comment from the social networking site, it did not escape the attention of the FA.

They issued a statement which read: "Arsenal's Emmanuel Frimpong has been charged under FA Rule E3 for improper conduct in relation to recent comments made on Twitter."

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