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Paul McShane and Danny Williams have been charged by the FA for violent conduct

 

“Paul McShane and Danny Williams have both been charged by The FA following an on-field incident which was not seen by the match officials but caught on video.

 

It is alleged the two Reading players’ behaviour in or around the 83rd minute of the game against Middlesbrough on 12 April 2016 constituted violent conduct.

 

The matter was referred to a panel of three former elite referees who each reviewed the video footage independently of one another to determine whether they considered it a sending-off offence. For an FA charge to follow the decision by the panel must be unanimous.

 

Both players have until 6pm on 15 April 2016 to respond to their charge"

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To update the story above, both players were found guilty and suspended for three games, including the one just lost against Leeds United, our midweek against Hull City and an away trip to Queens Park Rangers. Not the worst news as we are now safe after this weekend mathematically, but still disappointing to see two players on the same side behaving like that. I can see Danny Williams moving on in the summer, he has an ego problem and, besides, he is a better player than Reading deserve at the moment, despite this incident.

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