Now that Dyer looks as though he's going to make the World Cup after all, does he act maturely and put the incident behind him. No, he acts just as I'd expect. A big child who can't take any kind of punishment without having a big cry about it first.
Dyer said: "You can deal with it being the last game of the season when you are running down the line and your hamstring suddenly goes," he said. "That's bad luck and part and parcel of football.
"But when you are crudely taken out the way I was in what was really a nothing game, then it is really hard to swallow.
"I was extremely angry because I thought the ball was long gone and he only had one intention - to bring me down.
"Will I forgive him?
If I make the World Cup finals then yes, I will.
"Will I take legal action?
I haven't decided and I am keeping my options open at the moment."
Do I care?
Not in the slightest.