Wayne warned but Fergie's off the hook

WAYNE ROONEY has been warned over his future conduct by Football Association chiefs after a remark made in front of a television camera at the weekend.<br /><br />Rooney received a dressing down from the FA after appearing to mouth the words &ldquo;12 men&rdquo; at a camera as he walked off the Stamford Bridge pitch &ndash; a protest at the performance of referee Martin Atkinson in Chelsea&rsquo;s 1-0 victory.<br /><br />An FA spokesman confirmed: &ldquo;Rooney has been warned as to his future conduct following remarks made yesterday.&rdquo;<br /><br />Meanwhile, United boss Sir Alex Ferguson, who was also highly critical of Atkinson&rsquo;s decisions, will not face any action from FA chiefs for his post-match comments.<br /><br />Ferguson described the decision to award the free-kick that led to John Terry&rsquo;s winning goal as &ldquo;absolutely ridiculous&rdquo; and said decisions of that kind had caused managers and players to &ldquo;lose faith in refereeing&rdquo;.<br /><br />&ldquo;The referee&rsquo;s position to make the decision for the goal was absolutely ridiculous,&rdquo; he raged. &ldquo;He can&rsquo;t see anything. It was a bad decision.&rdquo;<br /><br />But Ferguson, who is already in hot water with FA chiefs over comments made towards referee Alan Wiley last month, will face no further action.