FA in England has set rules which govern the Premier league sides in all matters pertaining discipline and general conduct. Arsenal football club were playing Oxford United in the FA cup third round away at Oxford. In the 34th minute, Arsenal players were seen over the referee asking for a penalty after an Oxford player handled the ball in the box with his arm in an unusual position away from the body. In second half Arsenal scored two goals through Eddie Nketiah and one goal from El Neny. The game ended a three nill win to the Arsenal. FA seemed not to be pleased by the Arsenal players act by asking for a penalty and investigated the incident. In a statement released by the FA, they said that Arsenal has been charged for breaching FA rule E20.1 for failing to ensure that its players conduct themselves in an orderly manner in the 34th minute. Arsenal fans have now claimed that the FA is doing everything to frustrate their players from the tittle charge.
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