Football Association to decide on laser pen shone during Chelsea and Manchester City

22 March 2011 09:01
The Football Association will await information from Chelsea before deciding whether to take any action over reports a laser pen was aimed at Manchester City players and referee Chris Foy during Sunday's game at Stamford Bridge.[LNB]Chelsea confirmed after the 2-0 win that they were 'looking into' allegations City's players and Foy were targeted during the game.[LNB]Incidents of fans aiming laser pens at players and match officials have increased in recent years.[LNB]In March 2008, UEFA fined Lyon ?2,520 after Manchester United's Cristiano Ronaldo was targeted with a laser pen during a Champions League game at the Stade Gerland.[LNB] In the line of fire: A laser appears to be shone on referee Chris Foy[LNB] We're after you! Luiz confident Chelsea can close the gap on UnitedDon't join Chelsea: Eriksen's dad fires stark warning to world's top teenagersChelsea 2 Man City 0: King David is head boy as Luiz gets jump on ManciniAll the latest Chelsea news, features and opinion [LNB]  Explore more:People: Cristiano Ronaldo Places: Lyon Organisations: Football Association

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