Aleksandar Mitrovic could confront a drawn out boycott after his enraged response to being shipped off in Fulham’s misfortune to Manchester Joined on Sunday.
The English Football Affiliation said on Monday the standard three-game suspension for a straight red card was “obviously lacking.” The Fulham striker responded irately when Willian was shipped off for dealing with Jadon Sancho’s goalbound shot in Joined’s 3-1 win in the FA Cup quarterfinals.
“The FA has guaranteed that the standard discipline which would somehow apply to Aleksandar Mitrovic for the shipping off offense of brutal lead that he committed towards the match ref is plainly lacking,” the decision body said in an explanation.
“Likewise, Aleksandar Mitrovic’s way of behaving or potentially language was supposedly ill-advised and additionally harmful as well as annoying as well as undermining following his excusal.” Fulham supervisor Marco Silva has likewise been charged in the wake of being shipped off for his response when Kavanagh audited Willian’s handball on the touchline screen.
Fulham has additionally been blamed for neglecting to guarantee its players behaved in an efficient design.