Evans and Cisse Indicted FA
London – Jonny Evans and Papiss Cisse had to pay dearly for their disputes in a match Manchester United Newcastle United’s counter. Both are now threatened with sanctions after official FA dropped the charges.
Evans and Cisse accused of spitting at each other mutually in the first half of the match that started the race for the ball. In the television footage appears that Evans spit down at the Senegal striker.
Cisse then reply to the Northern Ireland defender. He spat Evans from close range so that the neck of the opponent players.
Both players have expressed their attitudes related to this incident. Evans denies spat Cisse while Cisse admitted regret and apologize.
“The charges relate to an alleged offender FA article E1 (a) that an incident occurred in the 38th minute in a match where both players spit on each other,” the FA said in a statement quoted by the Guardian.
“The incident was not witnessed by the match officials but caught on camera. Both players have until Friday (03/06/2015) at six o’clock to respond to these charges.”
Spitting at an opponent will usually be punished suspended six games. If Cisse found guilty then it could be more severe punishment considering he never was suspended three games earlier this season.