Aston Villa and West Ham have actually both been charged for numerous breaches by the FA following a series of occurrences throughout their WSL clash on Saturday.
Hawa Cissoko was sent in blockage time throughout her side’s 2-1 success for striking out at Sarah Mayling after she had actually been fouled by the Villa fullback. This stimulated a touchline melee, with Hammers manager Paul Konchesky and Villa’s operations supervisor Jack Hopkins likewise provided their marching orders.
Konchesky described at full-time that he was ‘sticking up for his gamers’, while Cissoko has actually provided an apology and revealed ‘genuine remorse’ for her actions.
The FA has actually charged the 2 clubs with a breach of FA Rule E20, for stopping working ‘to guarantee their gamers and/or authorities performed themselves in an organized style’. Aston Villa mean to object to the charges.
Cissoko, Konchesky and Hopkins have actually all been charged with a breach of FA Rule E3
“It is alleged that the West Ham United Women FC defender’s behaviour was violent following the offence that she was subsequently sent off for, and that it was also improper afterwards in the technical area,” an FA declaration checked out.
“It is alleged that the behaviour of West Ham United Women FC’s manager and Aston Villa Women FC’s Operations Assistant was also improper around the 91st minute.”
The clubs and gamers have till Monday 24 October 2022 to react to their charges.
“Aston Villa Women acknowledge the charges made by the FA in response to events from our Barclays WSL fixture against West Ham United last weekend,” a Villa declaration checked out. “The club will be contesting both charges. No further comment will be made at this time.”