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Leeds fans call for Norwich’s Timm Klose to be banned after he swore on Sky Sports

Leeds United fans are calling for Norwich City’s Timm Klose to be banned on Sky Sports after he swore after their match last night.

It comes after Whites defender Pontus Jansson recently had to serve a suspension for his comments on the referee against Brentford recently.

The Swedish international was charged by the Football Association for his “robbery” comments following their draw with Brentford earlier this month.

Take a look at videos of both players swearing below…

Although Klose apologised for what he said after Norwich City’s win against Aston Villa, Leeds supporters wrote on social media that he should now be suspended just like Jansson did.

After Jansson got banned, an FA statement said: “Leeds United’s Pontus Jansson has been charged following the game against Brentford on 06/10/18.”

“It is alleged his comments in a post-match interview were abusive and/or insulting and/or improper and/or brought the game into disrepute. He has until 6pm on 17/10/18 to respond.”

Expressen reported what Jansson made of the FA charge in his press conference: “I was forced to apologise. It’s clear you must lead by example. But I didn’t think what I said was a big thing, if I’m honest. There are many emotions and I am a player who plays with a lot of emotion. Then things can happen sometimes.”

Because of the recent events, Leeds fans have even set up a petition, which you can see HERE, for there to be an investigation on the FA and EFL for bias against their club.

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Leeds fans have demanded that Norwich City’s Klose should be banned for swearing on Sky just like Jansson did, there was also mocking towards Leeds for their petition – check those tweets out on the next page.

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