English clubs paying a massive amount of £1.3 million this season for referee abuse

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    The English clubs are experiencing an incredible amount of fines, which is clear from the fact that the governing authority of English football, the FA, has collected an amount of £1,279,375 thus far this season. This is more than 100 fines given to the English Premier League as well as the English Football League teams.

    The whopping figures signify that shortly after the Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic was shown a red card for barging the referee, Chris Kavanagh, in his side’s 3-1 FA Cup defeat against Manchester United on Sunday. Willian, the teammate of Mitrovic as well as the manager, Marco Silva were all shown the marching orders in a rapid span of 40 seconds at Old Trafford. Also, the Serb and Silva are yet to figure out their potential sanctions.

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    English clubs are experiencing an incredible amount of fines this season to not only players but managers

    The matter has reached a certain height that not only a massive amount of English club players are hit with fines, but managers are present here too. Reports state that out of 54 of the 92 sides have been hit with fines, and only five Premier League sides have been able to escape this punishment.

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    Among all the English clubs that are facing fines on a huge note, Arsenal is facing it the most. No doubt the Premier League table toppers are toppers in case of receiving fines too. Sources state that the Gunners have already paid out a total of £185,000 for the offense after being charged with ‘failing to control their players’ on four different occasions. Their manager, Mikel Arteta, has been accused of the same. Also next in this list of English clubs receiving fines comes the Premier League sides too, with the likes of Manchester United and Everton, who have paid £137,000 and £115,000, respectively.

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