Butcher in hot water with SFA

Inverness boss Terry Butcher has been hit with a Scottish Football Association misconduct charge.

Last Updated: 15/03/13 at 17:17 Post Comment

Terry Butcher: Charged over dugout rage

Terry Butcher: Charged over dugout rage

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Butcher has been summoned to appear before an SFA disciplinary panel after smashing a hole in the away dugout during the 1-1 draw at Dundee last weekend.

The Caley manager punched through the clear glass in frustration at his team's performance at Dens Park against the SPL's basement club.

The SFA issued him with a notice of complaint, namely "failure to behave in a responsible manner as an occupant of the technical area by striking the canopy of the technical area, causing it to break".

The former England captain has until next Friday to respond to the charge, with a hearing date set for 11 April.

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