Chelsea and Everton FA fined Rp 598 Million
London – Chelsea and Everton have to bear the consequences of the commotion among the players. FA fined each club that barely reached USD 600 million.
Fines were imposed after Chelsea and Everton failing to control the behavior of the players in a game that was won ‘The Blue’ 1-0 on February 11, 2015.
Emotions explode after Gareth Barry William tackle for which he received a second yellow card. Afterwards strife ensued, including when Branislav Ivanovic tried to gore James McCarthy but eventually escaped sanction.
However, both clubs admitted his guilt as evidenced by the video recordings. FA official was fined $ 30 thousand pounds ($ 598 million).
“Following an Independent Disciplinary Committee hearing, Chelsea and Everton have been fined 30 thousand pounds over the misdeeds of the players,” read an official statement quoted FA ESPNFC.
“In connection with a insden that occurred in the 86th minute in a match meraka on February 11, 2015, the two clubs have been charged for failing to control the behavior of the players and or refrain from provocative behavior.”
“The charges against Chelsea further alleging that their players surround the referee the match and or engage in mass confrontation. Chelsea and Everton already admitted the charges and receive fined and also have been warned about their behavior in the future.”