Rams face new FA charge
Derby have been charged with failing to control their players after the confrontation with Swansea.
Last Updated: 22/02/10 7:47pm
Derby have come under the Football Association's spotlight after being charged with failing to control their players following the mass confrontation with Swansea on Saturday.
The Rams have been punished for the incident that occurred at Pride Park and they now have until 9th March to respond.
Swansea, who won the match 1-0, have also been charged by the Football Association of Wales.
Derby defender James McEveley has been charged with improper conduct following his dismissal in the game and the charge will be heard on 25th February.
Nigel Clough's Derby were in hot water with the FA earlier in February as a result of the scuffle between players and coaching staff that marred the meeting with fierce rivals Nottingham Forest.