Boro charged by FA
STEVENAGE and Huddersfield have both been charged by the Football Association following their match last weekend.
Both clubs have been charged with improper conduct after players and staff were involved in a fracas following the final whistle at the Galpharm Stadium.
Terriers manager Lee Clark has also been charged with improper conduct for his part in the bust-up.
Both clubs have until 4pm on Monday, October 17, to respond to the charges.
Boro manager Graham Westley told BBC Three Counties Radio: “There was a bit of a hullaballoo, but nothing that made an impression on me.
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