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  • Updated: September 23, 2020

Swansea Coaching Staff Member, Alan Tate, Charged With 'Improper Conduct' - FA

The Football Association (FA) in England has charged Swansea City coaching staff member Alan Tate with 'improper conduct' after his clash with Birmingham City midfielder Jon Toral on Saturday.

AllNews reports that Alan Tate is the second coaching staff that would be facing an improper conduct charge from FA after West Bromwich manager, Slaven Bilic.

READ ALSO: West Brom Manager, Slaven Bilic, Charged For 'Improper Conduct' - FA

Tate, 38, appeared to catch the 25-year-old Spaniard by the throat while the teams walked off the pitch at halftime in the Championship match that ended 0-0.

"A Swansea City FC coach, Alan Tate, has been charged with a breach of FA Rule E3," the FA said in a statement on Twitter.

"It is alleged that his behavior... amounts to improper and/or violent conduct."

The FA said Tate had until Friday to respond to the charge.


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