Roeder charged by FA

Glenn Roeder has been charged with improper conduct by the Football Association in relation to the match at Derby County on Tuesday night. Roeder was sent to the stands after confronting the match officials in the tunnel area at half-time.

Glenn Roeder has been charged with improper conduct by the Football Association in relation to the match at Derby County on Tuesday night.

Roeder was sent to the stands after confronting the match officials in the tunnel area at half-time. He has until November 13 to respond to the charge.

The Canaries' manager received a two-match suspended ban following last season's match against Bristol City at Ashton Gate. Should he be found guilty of this charge, that ban would then come into force.


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