Footballers in the Northern League in England are going to have to watch their language.
The League, formed in 1889, has decided that there is too much bad language on and off the pitch and it is going to collect information and target offenders.
Mike Amos, who chairs the league, told the Today programme people are being put off going to matches because of the swearing.
He explains they want to "name and shame" offenders, amongst whom managers are often the worst.
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