Fulham have been charged with failing to ensure their players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion during their 2-1 Championship loss to Bristol City on Saturday.
The Cottagers felt Neeskens Kebano was fouled in the box in the 93rd minute, but referee Jeremy Simpson did not award a penalty.
It led to heated exchanges with Stefan Johansen and Tom Cairney being booked.
Fulham have until Friday (13 December) to respond to the charge.
A 15-year-old has been charged with conspiring to murder a schoolboy who was stabbed to death in the street.
Baptista Adjei, also 15, from North Woolwich, was attacked on Stratford Broadway, east London, on 10 October.
Police have charged another 15-year-old boy with murder, GBH and two counts of possessing an offensive weapon.
The latest suspect will appear at Stratford Youth Court later, Scotland Yard said.
|Specsavers County Championship Division Two, Pattonair County Ground, Derby (day two):|
|Derbyshire 557-6 dec: Du Plooy 118, Godleman 102, Hudson-Prentice 99, Reece 96, Dal 92|
|Middlesex 135-3: Malan 39*|
|Derbyshire (5 pts) lead Middlesex (1 pt) by 422 runs|
Leus du Plooy’s second century in nine days put Derbyshire in control against Middlesex despite Dawid Malan’s gritty resistance.
Middlesex captain Malan reached stumps unbeaten on 39 but his side were 422 runs adrift on 135-3 after Derbyshire posted a mammoth 557-6 declared.
Du Plooy followed his one-day ton against Australia A last week with 118 after Billy Godleman’s 102 on day one.
Anuj Dal made 92, becoming the third Derbyshire batsman to fall in the 90s.
Derbyshire began the day on 327-4 with Du Plooy on 50 and Dal on 12, and the pair took their fifth-wicket partnership to 133 before Du Plooy became one of George Scott’s two wickets.
Dal fell to Toby Roland-Jones and his departure prompted the Derbyshire declaration.
Sam Robson (34) and Stevie Eskinazi (23) posted a 53-run opening stand but the pair fell in quick succession and Nick Gubbins was out shortly before the close for 37 to give Luis Reece a second wicket to add to his 96 with the bat.