FAW charge Swans duo
By Graeme Bailey
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Swansea City and two of their players have been charged by the FAW.
Swansea City and two of their players, Lee Trundle and Alan Tate, have been charged by the Football Association of Wales following the Football League Trophy on Sunday.
It has also been reported that the police have arrested the Swans duo to discuss their alleged misdemeanours.
The FAW were quick to launch an investigation into incidents which followed the Trophy final, which was played at The Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.
Trundle, who was seen wearing an abusive T-shirt aimed at rivals Cardiff City - also held a flag, along with Tate, which had an expletive on it, again which was offensive towards The Bluebirds.
Now the FAW have confirmed that both the club and their two stars have been charged.
"The Football Association of Wales has concluded that charges will be issued against Swansea City FC and two of their players Lee Trundle and Alan Tate," said an FAW statement issued by secretary general David Collins.
"These charges are in connection with the events which followed the conclusion of the Football League Trophy Final."