Huddersfield Town given FA fine after Paddy Power kit breaks advertising rules

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Aaron Mooy – who has since left Huddersfield – was part of the side to wear the kitHuddersfield Town have been fined £50,000 by the Football Association after wearing a kit in a friendly that breached advertising regulations.The offending shirt was worn as part of a sponsorship deal with Paddy Power.The bookmaker’s name was displayed in a sash across the club’s shirt in a pre-season friendly at Rochdale, with the FA charging Huddersfield last month.The shirt was a spoof, with the deal actually seeing the club remove the sponsor from the front of their kit.Huddersfield admitted the charge and were also warned about their future conduct by an independent regulatory commission.The slogan on the Championship side’s shirt broke FA regulation C.2(i), which states advertising should consist of one single area on the front of the shirt, not exceeding 250 square centimetres.Paddy Power issued a statement in which it compared the £50,000 fine to the £10,000 fine given to Millwall over alleged racist chanting by fans in an FA Cup match against Everton in January.The

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