King’s Lynn hit with minor FA fines
King's Lynn have been fined �150 after being found guilty of breaching three Football Association rules relating to incidents during their FA Vase semi-final against Coalville.
Town officials attended an FA hearing at Wembley today after being charged with three breaches of FA Rule E20 (a), which relates to 'failure to ensure players and/or officials conduct themselves in an orderly fashion' for incidents during the FA Vase semi-final, second leg defeat at The Walks on April 2.
The club were fined �50 for each breach with Coalville fined a similar total amount for breaching two offfences.
Town released a statement following the verdict which read: 'Kings Lynn Town football club are relieved to have escaped any heavy punishment over the disruption that occurred at the home draw in the FA Vase semi final against Coalville.
After a four hour hearing at the FA headquarters at Wembley the club was fined a total of �150 for three breaches of ruling E20 in relation to supporters conduct. Coalville FC also received the same ruling and a total fine of �150 fine for their two charges. The club is now looking forward to starting the new season with a clean slate and will learn from this experience.'
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