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‘These actions have consequences’ – Norwich and Ipswich dealt blow by FA: Opinion

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Norwich City maintained their grip on top spot in the Championship after a 3-0 win over Ipswich Town in the East Anglian derby at Carrow Road at the weekend.

The passionate fixture was marred though by a mass brawl on the stroke of half-time, that resulted in both sides facing misconduct charges by the FA, as reported in the EADT.

Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert and a member of the Norwich coaching staff were sent off following following the brawl between both sides.

So are the FA right to charge both sides?

We discuss…..

Gary Hutchinson

“It wasn’t nice to see, but it used to happen all the time.

“22 man brawls, players sent off, a bit of passion. I don’t see anything wrong with it.

“Okay, it doesn’t fit with the whole family ethos football likes to portray.

“At least it shows some passion.”

Jacob Potter

“The FA are spot on here.

“Both clubs completely overreacted to this whole situation, and the FA are right to punish both teams.

“There was no need for it at all, and they’re rightly being punished for their antics on Sunday.”

Jay Taylor

“Of course, it is, emotions spilled over in the derby and these actions have consequences.

“With the sides at either end of the table, it was always going to be volatile atmosphere in the stands and on the pitch.

“And unfortunately, that emotion overstepped the mark and has rightfully been punished.”


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