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English FA allegations After receiving a red card against Newcastle, Liverpool defender Van Dijk

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The Football Association has charged Virgil van Dijk for acting in a “improper manner” after receiving a red card during Liverpool’s victory over Newcastle.
At St James’ Park on Sunday, the Liverpool captain was given a straight red card in the 29th minute for fouling Newcastle attacker Alexander Isak.

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While the incident was being examined by VAR, the defender looked to quarrel with the referee, John Brooks.

According to the FA, Van Dijk is accused of using “abusive and/or insulting words”.

“Virgil van Dijk has been charged with a breach of FA rule E3.1 following Liverpool’s Premier League game against Newcastle United on Sunday, 27 August,” stated the FA in a statement.

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The defender is claimed to have behaved improperly and/or spoken abusively and/or insultingly to a match referee after getting dismissed in the 29th minute.

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