"I was just happy. I don't even know the guy - it has nothing to do with football. It wasn't for him, I don't know him so I don't know why I should celebrate for him?"
After his arrest in December 2007, Tiemoko was released from a one-year prison sentence last month following a conviction of 'libelling the prosecutor's office' and being in 'contempt of court'.
He recently criticised judicial corruption in the Ivory Coast in a newspaper article.
The FA fined Ipswich's David Norris £5,000 last year for a handcuff celebration in support of jailed former Plymouth team-mate Luke McCormick, while Everton midfielder Tim Cahill was forced to apologise for a similar gesture dedicated to his jailed brother Sean.
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