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Thursday, November 30, 2006

FA Writes to QPR "requesting Information with regard to missiles thrown from the crowd"

FA - Clubs charged for brawls Thursday, 30 November 2006.
"Shrewsbury Town and Chester City have been charged by The FA in relation to two separate incidents during and following the match on Saturday 25 November.
The two clubs were charged with failing to ensure that their players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion and have until 13 December to respond.
The FA is also investigating reports that Chester chairman Stephen Vaughan was involved in a tunnel incident after the final whistle.
The FA has written to QPR and Stoke City requesting information with regard to missiles thrown from the crowd during the matches against Sunderland and Cardiff City respectively on Tuesday 28 November.
The FA has also written to Preston North End for observations regarding comments made by the PA announcer about referee Uriah Rennie.
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BBC- FA to probe QPR & Stoke incidents

The FA has demanded an explanation on the incident that saw a bottle thrown towards referee Uriah Rennie during QPR's 2-1 defeat to Sunderland.
The FA also want information regarding a similar incident in the clash between Stoke and Cardiff on the same evening.
An FA statement read: "The FA have written to QPR and Stoke requesting information with regard to missiles thrown from the crowd."
QPR boss John Gregory said: "We can do without this sort of thing."
The missile was hurled from the home section of Loftus Road crowd and Gregory added: "We could get punished for this, the authorities need to clamp down on it.

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