Sheffield Wednesday's Charlie Oatway and Dave Jones charged
Tuesday 05 February 2013
The Sheffield Wednesday manager, Dave Jones, and Brighton's first-team coach Charlie Oatway have been charged by the Football Association following Wednesday's fiery 3-1 win over Brighton at Hillsborough on Saturday.
The charges, both for alleged improper conduct, are in relation to a second-half incident following Wednesday midfielder Danny Pugh's challenge on Albion's Inigo Calderon. Pugh's booking sparked a furious reaction which needed police and stewards to restore order. Jones and Oatway each have until 4pm on Friday to respond.
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