Everton: Fans fume following FA statement relayed by the club

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Fans of Everton have aired their fury after a statement from the FA was relayed by the club’s official Twitter account.

On Thursday afternoon, the Toffees relayed the statement which revealed that Carlo Ancelotti had been ‘fined £8,000 for a breach of FA rule E3’ after the clash with Manchester United on Sunday (per Everton), which left fans livid.

Because Carlo Ancelotti has accepted that his language 'amounted to improper conduct', is the fine fair?

Yes, it's not too bad

No, it's far too much

The charge of misconduct came after the 60-year-old Italian confronted the match officials after Dominic Calvert-Lewin saw a late goal disallowed by VAR in the 1-1 draw (per talkSPORT).

Despite the Goodison Park club’s gaffer insisting that he ‘did not disrespect’ referee Chris Kavanagh after the game (per BBC), the statement reveals that Ancelotti has admitted that his language ‘amounted to improper conduct’ (via Everton).

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What do we think?

Whatever you think to the fine that has been handed to Ancelotti by the Football Association, at least he will remain on the touchline for the next game (as per The Guardian).

However, it is still clear that Everton supporters feel aggrieved over the late call from VAR which they perceive to have cost their club two points.

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