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FA imposes £65,000 fine on Manchester United for players’ surrounding of referee in FA Cup match.

Manchester United Slammed with a £65,000 Fine by FA After Players’ Disruptive Behavior in FA Cup Tie Against Fulham

Manchester United has been penalized with a hefty fine for failing to ensure their players acted in an orderly fashion, during their FA Cup quarterfinal clash against Fulham. In the 71st minute of the match, United’s players surrounded the referee Chris Kavanagh, protesting about a handball from Willian in the penalty area. As a result, Willian and Fulham boss Marco Silva were sent off The tension escalated further when Aleksandar Mitrovic later shoved Chris Kavanagh, which led to his expulsion and an eight-match ban.

Although Mitrovic and Silva later apologized to Kavanagh for the incident, Manchester United faced the ramifications. They accepted the charges two weeks ago, and the FA has now imposed a fine of £65,000 on the club after an independent Regulatory Commission’s hearing.

While Manchester United managed to win the tie against Fulham 3-1, they could still face repercussions for their players’ disruptive behavior, endangering their chances of securing the elusive treble they desire. Manchester United will face Brighton, and Man City will play Sheffield United in the other final four clash.

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