Cristiano Ronaldo charged by the FA over Everton fan incident in April
Cristiano Ronaldo, a forward for Manchester United, has been charged by the FA for an incident that occurred following his team’s play against Everton in the previous campaign.
For an incident that happened after Manchester United FC’s Premier League match against Everton FC on Saturday, April 9, 2022, the forward has been charged with violating FA Rule E3. It is reported that the forward behaved improperly and/or violently after the last whistle.
United has also released a statement. “When it comes to Cristiano Ronaldo, we take heed of the FA announcement. We’ll be behind the athlete as he responds to the accusation “It is read.
When Ronaldo appeared to knock a youngster with autism’s phone on the ground in April, the police issued him a warning. Later, the forward apologized to the 14-year-old.
“We can confirm that a 37-year-old man voluntarily attended and was questioned while being accompanied by an adult relative regarding a charge of assault and criminal mischief, “The Merseyside Police issued a statement. “The complaint pertains to an incident that happened on Saturday, April 9, at Goodison Park after the football game between Everton and Manchester United.
“Conditional prudence has been used to handle the situation. The situation is now over.
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The incident happened after United lost 1-0 at Goodison Park. Anthony Gordon’s goal for the home team decided the game, which Ronaldo played the entire 90 minutes of. The Old Trafford team finished the season outside the Champions League places after suffering one of five losses in its final eight games.
“At the conclusion of the game, the United players began to leave. My son was there, filming them all as we were right at the tunnel. When Ronaldo saw the toddler holding the phone, he simply strolled by and smashed it out of his hand, according to the child’s mother at the time.
“You can tell he made contact because of the bruise. Because he has dyspraxia and is autistic, Jacob was in complete shock and I was sobbing and shaking. He didn’t fully process what had happened until he got home. He’s really upset about it and has decided not to attend the game again. Up until those last few seconds, the day was perfectly fantastic.