now, James McClean (30) to a fine of two weeks wages, been given by his club, Stoke City, for an “inappropriate post” on Instagram.

in The arsenal of the Irish national football team, put on Thursday with a photo of himself with a black ‘balaclava’ on its head. “A history lesson”, he continued to be there while the children are attentively listening to their father.

In a deleted the post soon again since that a black hat is a reference to the communication from the paramilitary arm of the Irish Republican Army (IRA).

In apologized and agreed with Everything his Instagrampagina to remove it. “Stoke Citty is able to confirm that the disciplinary action was taken against James McClean because of an inappropriate post on social media”, says in a statement. “In a penalty of two weeks ‘ wages and has agreed to be Instagrampagina to remove it. The player has confirmed that this message is offensive it was.”

“I never wanted to be a witch hunt cause, but I realize now that what I have done and for that I offer my unreserved apologies”, said the Irish midfielder himself.

now, In was released earlier this year, criticised for its decision not to “poppy” to wear during Remembrance Sunday. That is, it is in the United Kingdom, this is the day that all the dead of ‘Bloody Sunday’ (1972) is remembered to be.