Norwich City and Ipswich Town charged by FA following East Anglian derby
Ipswich manager Paul Lambert also charged with misconduct in relation to his behaviour
Last Updated: 12/02/19 3:46pm
Norwich City and Ipswich Town have been charged by the Football Association for failing to ensure their players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion during the East Anglian derby.
Ipswich manager Paul Lambert has also been charged by the FA with misconduct in relation to his behaviour in the 45th minute of the game at Carrow Road on Ferruary 10.
Lambert was sent off, along with Norwich head of performance Chris Domogalla, after an incident seconds before half-time in a fiery derby at Carrow Road.
A police officer was also involved in calming Lambert down as he and City's assistant head coach Edmund Riemer were involved in angry exchanges.
A melee involving a number of players and the two teams' coaching staff was sparked by a late challenge from Ipswich midfielder Jon Nolan.
It is alleged that Norwich and Ipswich failed to ensure their players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion during both the 45th and 90th minutes, as well as their officials in the 45th minute.
Both clubs and Lambert have until 6pm on February 15 to respond to the charge.