Costa, Gabriel Charged By FA For Clash

Diego Costa and Gabriel Paulista have both been charged by the Football Association of England, following their altercation during the Chelsea, Arsenal English Premier League clash on Saturday.
According to the FA, Costa was charged with violent conduct while Gabriel was charged with improper conduct for his behaviour following his dismissal.
Also, Santi Cazorla, who was sent off in the game, has been warned for his behaviour following his sending off.
Both clubs have also been charged for failing to control their players under FA Rule E20.
Both clubs and Gabriel have until 6pm on Thursday [24 September 2015] to reply. the cheapest online shopping in Nigeria.

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  1. Reply Post By RICKY AJAYI


  2. Costa should be careful for his career not to be ruined by an act of gross indiscipline on the field of plsy.

  3. This is good need indeed. I am not a fan of Arsenal or any club but I like good football and footballers but not the football “cheats.” Of course not the violent types/ones. Costa is a violent footballer exhibiting the characteristics of his master, Mourinho. There is a story in com now, that talked about how Costa’s day is. “A day with Costa” is about how Costa showed his violent character with what he did to a fellow driver. The story is hard to believe but if it is true, then the EPL is in real trouble. He loves making WAHALA. Even his wife is afraid of him. It’s interesting read.

  4. Sorry guys, it not bbc. com but and the title is “A day in the life of …Diego Costa by Alex Netherton. Happy reading.

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