Friday, 1 December 2017

FA Charge Chelsea Manager Conte With Misconduct

Chelsea coach Antonio Conte has been charged with misconduct by the English Football Association after getting furious at fourth official Lee Mason in Wednesday's match with Swansea City.
The Italian was sent from the dugout just before half-time after reacting furiously over a decision not to give his side a corner-kick.

The Blues boss apologised after the 1-0 victory. But that didn't stop the English FA from charging him.

The FA have given the Italian until 7pm (Nigerian time) on Tuesday 5 December to respond to the charge.

Conte, if found guilty, will receive an £8,000 (N3.7m) fine and be warned about his future conduct, but will escape a touchline ban.

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