No action will be taken over Aberdeen FC chairman Stewart Milne swearing live on the radio after the Scottish League Cup Final in March.
Broadcasting regulator Ofcom launched a probe into the comments after receiving a single complaint.
Mr Milne was giving an interview to BBC Scotland at Parkhead after the Dons victory over Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
This is the moment Stewart Milne swore on radio (warning: strong language)
He made reference to the penalty shoot out and the length of time since the club had won a trophy. Both the chairman and the interviewer immediately apologised to listeners.
In its ruling, Ofcom said: “Given that the post-match interview was broadcast at 5.50pm on a Sunday, the
most offensive language was broadcast at a time when children were particularly likely to be listening.
“Ofcom however took into account that this use of the most offensive language was during a live unscripted interview and that the sports presenter promptly intervened and apologised for the inappropriate language used.
“We noted that further apologies followed by Stewart Milne and the studio presenter.
“Ofcom therefore considers the matter resolved.”