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FOOTBALL players swearing at referees are partly to blame for British schoolchildren's unruly behaviour in the classroom, a leading education figure said overnight. The Secondary Heads Association's deputy general secretary, Martin Ward, called for the introduction of a 9pm television watershed for the broadcast of games.
"There is a significant link between players swearing and bad language in schools," he told the SHA's annual conference in Brighton.
"When children see their heroes playing Britain's national game behaving in this way it legitimises their behaviour."
Originally posted by Ben
and to be honest nobody sould be copying basketball players. They don't have their act's together.