Chelsea are expected to respond to the officiating body amid Liverpool game incident
Chelsea during their 1-1 draw with Liverpool is said to have failed to maintain proper character after Reece James’ Red Card.
The English man had stopped a goal from going in but unfortunately using his hand of which the club claim it wasn’t intentional.
Anthony Taylor gave little to no room for explanations as he went straight away to show Reece James the Red Card warranting for his departure.
Following this incident, Chelsea players were seen protesting but sadly nothing could be done to overturn the referee’s decision as they went on to hold Liverpool to a draw.
But with this already gone by, the FA has slapped the West London club with charges for having breached two FA Rules E20.1.
The statement which was made known via FAspokesperson entails that Chelsea failed to ensure its players conducted themselves in an orderly manner during the 48th minute and following the halftime whistle.
Chelsea are said to have until Friday, 03/09/21 to provide a reasonable response to this charge.