Arsenal FC has been charged with breaching FA Rule E20.1 during its tie against Oxford United FC in The FA Cup on Monday 9 January 2023.
It’s alleged that Arsenal FC failed to ensure its players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion during the 34th minute, and the club has until Monday 16 January 2023 to respond.
Joke.— Eduardo Hagn (@EduardoHagn) January 12, 2023
You are pathetic, an absolute disgrace to your profession and position. Laughable abuse of power from you and anyone else at the FA who decided to take this action, when literally no other team is ever given such a harsh consequence to a routine appeal (for an actual handball).— Varun (@GunnerForever07) January 12, 2023
Clearly fines being issued to intimidate us to not appeal obvious calls so we won’t complain when they fail to give us legitimate penalties. Corruption comes in many different forms. Who even has the clip from 34th minute anyway— H (@H___AFC) January 12, 2023
Just curious how many other clubs have been charged with this offence this season? Obviously the Newcastle players were protecting the official from the Arsenal players, or do you need VAR to spot the black and white shirts? #oneruleforone pic.twitter.com/TK0ay9tXj6— Roy Agyei (@royroylegend8) January 12, 2023
Arsenal fans are so embarassing, always the referees fault. The FA should give Man United 2 free penalties at the start of the game at the Emirates to put Arsenal fans in there place.— MC (@UtdMicah) January 12, 2023
Only fair decision.