Emmanuel Frimpong is reportedly set to be warned after breaking advertising rules by showing off a vest with the slogan of his own clothing brand ‘DENCH’ after the Gunners Carling Cup defeat at the hands of Manchester City.
The combative midfielder had taken off his shirt to reveal the vest when he had his public clash with former team-mate Samir Nasri, which led to a heated spat between the two in the tunnel on Tuesday night.
Frimpong and rapper Lethal Bizzle are co-owners of the Dench franchise, and they have received an overwhelming demand for t-shirts selling 13,000 in their opening month. They have pledged to make merchandise for your pets, babies and woman, check out this high budget, well edited promotional clip:
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Football players are not allowed to wear advertising that is not sanctioned by the FA and while Frimpong will escape official discipline The Mirror reports that the young Ghanian will be told there must be no repeat of the incident.
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Stick to training and working hard to get into the Gunners lineup rather than fluffing about with making t-shirts Frimpong!