More Wayne Hennessey ‘Nazi’ jokes as Crystal Palace goalkeeper is charged by the FA

Alleged to have brought the game into disrepute.

There were more Wayne Hennessey Nazi jokes and tweets after the Crystal Palace goalkeeper was charged by the FA
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Crystal Palace goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey has been charged by the FA after he appeared to perform a Nazi salute in a photo posted on Instagram.

There was uproar on social media when photos surfaced of Roy Hodgson’s squad having dinner together while Hennessey could be seen with one hand in the air and the other covering his mouth.

The Wales international later sought to deny making the gesture.

But the Football Association alleges that Hennessey breached rules relating to abusive, insulting or improper conduct – bringing the game into disrepute.

There were more Wayne Hennessey Nazi jokes and tweets after news of the FA charge broke:

Alleged goalkeeper

— David Smith (@Dsmithy21) January 23, 2019

Seriously ?! All he did was hold his hand/arm in a straight motion to signal to his mate holding the camera. And then cup his other hand over his mouth to generate louder acoustics to shout to said mate holding the camera. #innocent

— Mike Hampson (@mikehampson87) January 23, 2019

I’ve heard he’s führious.

— AH (@AinsleyMUFC) January 23, 2019

Has Shearer been charged yet? He done it weekly

— Jamie (@JIM_mekon) January 23, 2019

Heil never admit to it

— Tom Geoffrey (@TomGeoffrey) January 23, 2019

He should be changed for the excuse if anything.

— Frostypop (@Frosty_Nige) January 23, 2019

Next this guy will be banned from all football grounds pic.twitter.com/L3eqaXHmXI

— CCSDan (@dan_ccs) January 23, 2019


He was just looking for his mate Kyle, did you see Kyle?

— Simon (@TheSimonBarrett) January 23, 2019

I’d be lying if I said I did nazi this coming

— Doherty FC ➐ (@DohertySZN) January 23, 2019

Wayne Hennessey responding to the FA charge pic.twitter.com/QCAvJsFG0Q

— Football Burp ⚽ (@FootballBurp) January 23, 2019


And he should get done for impersonating a goal keeper

— Johnnie (@johnram71703075) January 23, 2019

Wayne Hennessey when he invites the FA over to his house to patch things up pic.twitter.com/7QfulMb5Dj

— Colm Brosnan (@ColmBrosnan) January 23, 2019

heil regret that one

— keith (@tommy_fugazi) January 23, 2019

All power corrupts.

— TotaGualion (@TotaGualion) January 23, 2019



"Yeah and good riddance, you…you fucking Nazi" pic.twitter.com/sfuA5195Nd

— FPL Partridge (@FPL_Partridge) January 23, 2019