QPR hit with misconduct charge


26th, February 2007

QprRather unsurprising news this, but QPR have been charged by the FA after the fracas against the China under 10’s Olympic side ended up with blood spillage and a smashed up jaw.

QPR have been charged with misconduct after the friendly match against the Chinese side and assistant boss Richard Hill, who has been suspended by the club until further notice, has been charged with violent conduct.
The club issued a statement stating that "an internal investigation into the matter continues".

Hill and the club have until 12 March to respond to the FA charges.
The club have been charged with failing "to ensure that its players and/or officials conducted themselves in an orderly fashion and refraining from violent and/or threatening and/or provocative behaviour."
Two days after the incident, a 43-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of actual bodily harm.
The man was "bailed to return on a date in March to a west London police station pending further enquiries," according to a statement from the Metropolitan Police.

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