Stoke star Huth charged by FA

Stoke's Robert Huth has been charged with violent conduct in relation to an incident during Saturday's Premier League game at Fulham.

Last Updated: 01/03/13 at 16:42 Post Comment

Robert Huth: In action against Fulham on Saturday

Robert Huth: In action against Fulham on Saturday

The Football Association confirmed the defender would face action following a clash with Fulham defender Philippe Senderos.

The incident was not seen by the match officials at Craven Cottage - but was caught on video.

He has until 6pm on Wednesday to respond to the charge.

Speaking after the 1-0 defeat, Stoke boss Tony Pulis refused to be drawn on the incidents involving Huth and team-mate Steven Nzonzi, who caught Bryan Ruiz in the face with a slap.

Pulis said: "I didn't see the elbow on Nzonzi and I did not see that either."

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