Fulham Manager and Striker Express Regret Over Their Recent Red Cards
Fulham manager Marco Silva and Aleksandar Mitrovic have apologized to referee Chris Kavanagh following their recent red cards at Manchester United. Despite Fulham leading 1-0 at the time, Silva and Mitrovic were subsequently sent off in quick succession which resulted in the team’s collapse. Mitrovic has since been charged with violent and improper conduct after he pushed Kavanagh in anger.
Silva expressed his regret, stating that he should have been able to control his emotions better. He stressed his admiration for Kavanagh and accepted that there was a difference of opinion between them on the day. Silva hopes to lead his team towards an FA Cup semifinal at Wembley in future.
Mitrovic, who is now facing a lengthy ban, has apologized to his teammates and fans for his behavior. While frustrated with the referee’s decision, he admits that his actions were uncalled for and accepts the three-match ban.
Moreover, Silva has received charges of improper conduct for throwing a water bottle in the direction of an assistant referee and also for questioning the integrity of the match official, while Fulham faces a further charge for failing to control their players at Old Trafford.
Overall, Fulham hopes to put these recent incidents behind them and focus on the future matches with a pledge to maintain fairness and respect on the field.
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