FA chief Dyke sympathises with players but warns them against misconduct
FA chairman Greg Dyke has taken a sympathetic view when it comes to players copping abuse from supporters.
Dyke said he felt for players who copped a barrage from the opposition fans but said it is no excuse to behave out of the guidelines.
"As a supporter I sympathise with the players because of the flak they get from the crowd," Dyke told talkSPORT.
"People can lose their cool very quickly, but he (Wilshere) has got to learn. He's very well paid to play the game and he's got to learn to cope with it.
"You think back over many years of players who were hot-headed when they were younger, but not when they get older. They just learn and mature. That is what happens. It is part of life."
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