FA charge trio with improper conduct

26 February 2010 12:02
Davies has been charged following comments made about referee Mark Clattenburg after Bolton's match with Fulham on February 6.[LNB]The official ruled out what would have been a winner from Davies towards the end of the game at the Reebok Stadium, and after the game Davies suggested the referee had "something personal" against him.[LNB]Warnock has been charged following comments made after Palace's FA Cup fifth-round tie with Aston Villa on February 14.[LNB]Warnock called for assistant referee Trevor Massey to be banned for incorrectly awarding the corner which led to Villa's late equaliser in the 2-2 draw at Selhurst Park.[LNB]Blackwell has also been charged in relation to an incident during United's Championship game with Nottingham Forest on February 16.[LNB]The United boss was critical of the referee after Darius Henderson was shown a straight red for what was deemed to be an elbow on Forest's Paul Anderson.[LNB]The FA confirmed the trio have until March 12 to respond to the charges.[LNB]Meanwhile, Derby's Jay McEveley has been fined £2,500 and warned as to his future conduct by the FA after admitting a charge of improper conduct following an incident in the Rams' ill-tempered encounter with Swansea last week.[LNB]McEveley received his marching orders for a second yellow card in Derby's 1-0 defeat and vented his frustration by kicking over drink bottles on his way to the tunnel.[LNB][LNB] Barclays Premier League. Click here to bet.  

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