Football Association

Tuchel and Conte charged

The two managers shook hands after a 2-2 draw where tempers flared but then faced off on the pitch before being separated by players and staff from both teams.

Both managers were also shown red cards by referee Anthony Taylor as a result of the fracas.

The FA is also investigating Tuchel's comments after the German coach slammed Taylor for his decisions.

Tuchel accused Taylor and the Video Assistant Referee of making wrong decisions which ultimately helped Spurs come away from Stamford Bridge with a point.

FA clarifies World Cup stance

Prime Minister Theresa May confirmed on Wednesday that UK politicians and members of the royal family will boycott the World Cup in Russia.

The announcement came in the wake of the attempted murder of Russian former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, by use of a nerve agent in Salisbury.

Russia has denied all involvement in the incident, which has led to heightened political tensions, with both victims still critically ill in hospital.

And the FA has moved to clarify the organisation's stance on England travelling to the World Cup in a statement.

Hughes charged with improper conduct

 Hughes was sent to the stands by referee Anthony Taylor after reacting furiously to the decision to book Marko Arnautovic for simulation during the first half of his side's 4-0 Premier League defeat to Tottenham.

The 52-year-old had earlier been angry that a foul on Jonathan Walters went unpunished, and confronted fourth official Jonathan Moss and assistant referee Peter Kirkup before being dismissed from the dugout.