Everton and Leeds United fined for player clash in Premier League match

Everton and Leeds players clash
The golf equipment have been charged with inappropriate conduct and for failing to manage their players in February

Everton and Leeds United have the two been fined by the Soccer Affiliation (FA) for the mass brawl in the course of their Premier League match in February.

Sean Dyche’s side obtained a £55,000 fine and Leeds ought to pay back a £35,000 fine.

Gamers clashed to the finish of the initially fifty percent in Everton’s 1- gain over Leeds.

Four players had been proven yellow cards following the incident, sparked by Everton’s Dwight McNeil reacting to a tackle from Leeds’ Tyler Adams.

“Both equally golf equipment admitted they unsuccessful to ensure that their players performed by themselves in an orderly manner, and also admitted they unsuccessful to assure that their players did not behave in a way which is inappropriate and provocative,” a Football Affiliation spokesperson mentioned.

This is not Everton’s first fine of the season, with the club handed a £25,000 fine for a player confrontation through the Merseyside derby later on in February.

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