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The Football Association has charged Arsenal for missing their players during their thrashing of Oxford.

The English Football Association (FA) has filed charges against Arsenal. After their players protested referee David Coot in their 3-0 FA Cup third-round thrashing of Oxford United. Monday, January 9, last

The incident occurred in the 34th minute. When Sambi Lokonga. The Gunners midfielder, managed to chop the trigger. But the ball hit the local player’s arm in the penalty area. But the referee did not give a penalty, causing many Arsenal players to strongly disagree. So they approached the referee for an explanation.

As a result, the Football Association said Arsenal “failed to regulate their players’ behavior”.

The Gunners have until Monday January 16 to accept or deny the allegations.

Arsenal this season with the rotation of substitute players to play There is a real problem in maintaining the standard that real teams can achieve. The understanding of the game is vastly different. And that’s something Arsenal must continue to work on. Both the development from what has and strengthening the team in the trading market.

both in terms of involvement with the game or matter of physiology. And surviving on a field where, at this time, Martin Edegaard is still superior to him.