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14 February 2014

Directors attend personal hearing

Huddersfield Town has been found guilty of charges made by the Football Association following the FA Cup with Budweiser match against Charlton Athletic on Saturday 25 January.
Town and Charlton Athletic were charged under FA Rule E20 (a), mass confrontation, following a tackle on Adam Hammill by visiting midfielder Dale Stephens in the 25th minute.
The Club pleaded not guilty to the charge and asked for a personal hearing to put forward its case.
As a result, Huddersfield Town’s Chief Executive Nigel Clibbens and Head of Football Operations Ross Wilson have visited the FA’s Wembley headquarters on Friday to put the Club’s case forward.
However, the Club has been found guilty and has received a £7,500 fine.
Huddersfield Town was charged under the same rule in February 2013 following an incident at the home game with Crystal Palace on 30 January 2013; click HERE for information.

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