BREAKING: Manchester United imposed with a charge after Fulham game.
The Football Association levied a fine against Manchester United. They have been subject to charge after United’s behavior in the FA Cup quarterfinal matchup with Fulham.
It appeared to be much more likely that Fulham would advance to the semifinals because they had total control of the game.
However, following Willian’s handball on the line, the Cottagers completely imploded in the second half against their Premier League opponents.
Mitrovic approached Kavanagh as he was returning to the field to show the Brazilian forward his obvious red, gave him a little push, shouted at him, and pointed in his direction, earning the striker a red card.
However, apart from Luke Shaw and Tete, who were enjoying a lovely moment, players from both sides were involved in a small melee.
The FA has charged United despite Fulham receiving three red cards. The FA announced in a statement that, “Manchester United FC has been subject of the charge after its players surrounded a match official during the 71st minute of The FA Cup match against Fulham FC on Sunday, March 19.”
“Manchester United FC is alleged to have failed to ensure that its players behaved properly and/or in an orderly manner.”
United has until Monday, March 27, to answer the accusations regarding the players’ actions following the handball before it the check.
The FA earlier in the week filed charges against Silva and Mitrovic. However, the governing body is still examining the video and Kavanagh’s report to determine what punishments the forward should receive.
They have until Tuesday at 1:00 pm to submit a claim to Fulham, and the team has two days to respond.
The former Newcastle United player may receive a 10-game suspension for the incident. According to some, he might be away until the following season.
However, Harry Maguire earned praise for his contribution to the incident. Only United supporters, however, were present when their team captain confronted Issa Diop about mishandling the penalty spot.