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FA Charge Cesc, Brown & Fabregas

FA Charge Cesc, Brown & Fabregas

Cesc Fabregas & Phil 'Carphone Warehouse' Brown have both been presented with FA charges of improper conduct following the contentious FA cup match at Ashburton Grove back in March.

Arsenal captain, Cesc Fabregas has been handed 2 charges, one for encroaching on the field of play after the final whistle, and a second for alledegly spitting in the face of at the feet of assistant Hull City coach Brian Horton on the pitch in the players tunnel after the game.

An FA statement said,

Cesc Fabregas and Phil Brown have both been charged with improper conduct.

Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas and Hull City manager Phil Brown have both been charged with improper conduct.

The charges relate to matters arising from the FA Cup match between Arsenal and Hull at the Emirates Stadium on 17 March.

Fabregas faces two charges of improper conduct relating to his conduct on the pitch following the game. One charge concerns his behaviour in coming onto the pitch after the final whistle, the second charge relates to an alleged spitting incident. The charges are based on submissions from Hull City and video evidence.

Brown is charged with improper conduct and/or bringing the game into disrepute in relation to media comments made after the game concerning referee Mike Riley.

Fabregas and Brown have until 12 May to respond.





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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Friday April 24 2009
Time: 4:12PM

Comments

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Since i have never heard of the F.A before i will take a guess that the intitals stand for fu**** a-holes
paul_ownz
24/04/2009 16:22:00
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Since i have never heard of the F.A before i will take a guess that the intitals stand for fu**** a-holes
paul_ownz
24/04/2009 16:22:00
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You got it right, paul. Unbelievable, I just can't believe this decision has come down. I really believed that the FA would do nothing since it was just a question of he said/he said. I also can't believe Hull's pursuit of this against a club that opened their arms to them in their preparation for the game that took them to the PL. A club that treated them very well when they first came to play at the Grove and beat us on our home ground. A truly classy club would've resolved this privately with Arsenal. I had only good things to say about Hull before, not anymore. I hope they go down and never come back up again.
jaelle
24/04/2009 16:25:00
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You got it right, paul. Unbelievable, I just can't believe this decision has come down. I really believed that the FA would do nothing since it was just a question of he said/he said. I also can't believe Hull's pursuit of this against a club that opened their arms to them in their preparation for the game that took them to the PL. A club that treated them very well when they first came to play at the Grove and beat us on our home ground. A truly classy club would've resolved this privately with Arsenal. I had only good things to say about Hull before, not anymore. I hope they go down and never come back up again.
jaelle
24/04/2009 16:25:00
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There is video and photographic evidence. Phil Brown took the video and photo evidence with his brand new LG touch. With its 3.2 mega pixel camera and flash you to can take quality pictures and edit them just like lying phil. Package comes with free bluetooth headset and matching leather case, available at your nearest carphone warehouse.
iceman10
24/04/2009 16:41:00
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It comes down to this for me: If Hull had of beaten Arsenal at the Emirates and got to the Semi-finals of the FA cup, do you not think for one minute, that every single member of the Hull coaching staff, medical staff, players, etc, would have run on to that pitch in vainglorious delight at knocking one of the big boys out. Of course they would. So this charge of entering the field is indicative of extremely sour grapes on Hull's behalf. As for the spit, I didn't see it, and you can be damn sure Wenger didn't.
ChaosTeaCup
24/04/2009 16:41:00
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It comes down to this for me: If Hull had of beaten Arsenal at the Emirates and got to the Semi-finals of the FA cup, do you not think for one minute, that every single member of the Hull coaching staff, medical staff, players, etc, would have run on to that pitch in vainglorious delight at knocking one of the big boys out. Of course they would. So this charge of entering the field is indicative of extremely sour grapes on Hull's behalf. As for the spit, I didn't see it, and you can be damn sure Wenger didn't.
ChaosTeaCup
24/04/2009 16:41:00
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There is video and photographic evidence. Phil Brown took the video and photo evidence with his brand new LG touch. With its 3.2 mega pixel camera and flash you to can take quality pictures and edit them just like lying phil. Package comes with free bluetooth headset and matching leather case, available at your nearest carphone warehouse.
iceman10
24/04/2009 16:41:00
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Why's it wrong to go on the pitch after the final whistle?!?!?!? Did they charge Cesc for wearing a black jacket with a hoodie too?!!???!!
GoonerLou
24/04/2009 16:50:00
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Why's it wrong to go on the pitch after the final whistle?!?!?!? Did they charge Cesc for wearing a black jacket with a hoodie too?!!???!!
GoonerLou
24/04/2009 16:50:00
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