Man Utd slapped with ANOTHER FA charge for failing to contro

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MANCHESTER UNITED have been hit with ANOTHER FA charge for failing to control their players - this time against Chelsea.

The Red Devils found themselves in hot water whenangry stars surrounded the refduring the0-0 draw with Newcastle.

But after similar scenes at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, the FA have once again hit United with the same charge.

Erik ten Hags men were left fuming when Chelsea were awarded an 87th minute penalty following a Scott McTominay foul on Armando Broja.

A number of them circled ref Stuart Atwell in an attempt to plead their case.

But Uniteds actions have not gone down well with FA beaks.

A statement read: Manchester United FC has been charged with a breach of FA Rule E20.1 after its fixture versus Chelsea FC on Saturday 22 October 2022 in the Premier League.

Manchester United allegedly failed to ensure that its players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion in the 84th minute, and the club has until Friday 28 October 2022 to provide a response.

Speakingafter the previous incident at Newcastle, Ten Hag said: I must say I dont think it was too strong, it wasnt really aggressive but I dont know whats happening exactly on the pitch, I was too far away.

I saw it back on the video. There was a touch from the Newcastle player, quite clear and they went to the ref to ask about.

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First of all, I want to express that: we have always accepted the refs decisions and it is also quite normal you ask why in the moment. It was a curious incident, you ask as a team why.

It was quite obvious the player from Newcastle touched the ball and our players took advantage of it

My view is finally, quite quick, you have to accept, its the refs decision, you accept it and have to move on.

We are an example for amateurs, for youth.

Professional players, quite clearly, we have to know our role.

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