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The Sun appears undeterred by criticisms of its front page yesterday, which referenced the speech impediment of new England manager Roy Hodgson.
The FA described it as "in poor taste and disrespectful" and over 100 complaints were made to the Press Complaints Commission.
Today's headline reads: "WOSSY: ROY ROW IS RUDDY RIDICULOUS".
ITV1 chat show host Jonathan Ross - who suffers from a speech impediment like Roy Hodgson - tweeted that journalists from The Sun have asked him what he thought about their headline on the England manager.
A charity which supports children suffering with speech, language and communication difficulties said they are "disappointed" with The Sun's front page today. I CAN described Roy Hodgson as "a high-achieving man, and a great role model for all young people with communication difficulties".
The Daily Telegraph football correspondent Henry Winter has tweeted:
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The Press Complaints Commission and FA have received 100 complaints over The Sun headline mocking the new England manager's speech.