Yeovil Town have been hit by a third misconduct charge in two months after the FA released their disciplinary charges for March.

Further to two ‘failure to control players’ in February, the Glovers have been hit with third charge in relation to the game against Notts County on March 5th.

A game which Yeovil drew 1-1. The incident in question was just after Alex Bradley’s opening goal.

The charge reads…

11 March 2022

“MASS CONFRONTATION (FAST TRACK 2) – NON-STANDARD CASE
Yeovil Town FC, National League Premier 

Notts County FC v Yeovil Town FC
National League Premier
5 March 2022

Breach of FA Rule E20.1 – It is alleged that in or around the 55th minute of the fixture, Yeovil Town FC failed to ensure that its players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion.

Charge admitted – Paper Hearing requested”

It looks like another slap on the wrist is incoming…


Update 6th April.

It seems as though there was a little more to this, in the above incident Notts County’s Elisha Sam has been found guilty of violent conduct and has been banned for 3 games…

INCIDENT ON THE FIELD OF PLAY WHICH FALLS WITHIN LAW 12, WHICH WAS NOT SEEN BY MATCH OFFICIALS, BUT WAS CAUGHT ON VIDEO (FAST TRACK 1)
Elisha Sam, Player, Notts County FC

Notts County FC v Yeovil Town FC
National League Premier
5 March 2022

Breach of FA Rule E1.1 – It is alleged that the Participant’s behaviour in or around the 55th minute during the fixture constitutes violent conduct.

Charge admitted – Automatic Penalty accepted (3-match suspension).


 

 


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