Man City's Roberto Mancini charged by FA for confrontation with Everton's David Moyes

26 March 2010 01:30
Mancini faces the prospect of a touchline ban and a possible fine after barging into Moyes and then squaring up to the Scot in the closing stages of Manchester City's 2-0 defeat to Everton at Eastlands.[LNB]Both were sent to the dressing rooms and, having considered referee Peter Walton's report, the FA have decided to charge Mancini. [LNB] Related ArticlesEverton-Man City feud reaches boardroomMancini vs MoyesManchester City v Wigan: previewWolverhampton Wanderers v Everton: match previewManchester City players back Roberto Mancini's show of emotionMancini made a mistake picking on MoyesThe FA have written to Moyes to remind him of his responsibilities and conduct but he will not be charged. [LNB]Mancini had attempted to defuse the situation by apologising personally to Moyes after the game but, the Italian now has until April 6 to respond to the charge. [LNB]A regulatory commission will hear the charge by April 19. [LNB]"It was nothing really, and I've no problem with Roberto," Moyes said of the incident today. [LNB]"He was fine immediately afterwards, he apologised walking down the tunnel, and I have no problem at all with him, you just get along with it." [LNB][LNB]

Source: Telegraph