Date: 25th January 2017 at 4:01pm
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After the melee`s that occurred against Queens Park Rangers last weekend.

It`ll probably come as no surprise to anyone who witnessed the shenanigans that occurred towards the end of our recent derby encounter, at Loftus Road, against QPR but the FA have decided both clubs should be charged.

With the game perfectly balanced at 1-1 and with both sides searching for a winner, there was an altercation on the touchline that saw both benches, as well as a few players, go head-to-head in a standard handbags at ten paces scenario.

Minutes later another skirmish took place after Tom Cairney decided a player in the hooped shirts needed a bit of attention, with Cairney pushing the player to the floor. Once again a pushing and shoving encounter took centre stage.

The above has resulted in both Fulham and Queens Park Rangers being charged with two breaches of the rules, as laid down by the Football Association.

Both clubs have been charged with ‘failing to control their players` whilst Marc Bircham (QPR assistant) and our own medical manager Marco Cesarmi, have been charged with improper conduct.
Everyone charged has until 18:00 hours GMT, Thursday 26th January to respond.