West Ham midfielder Robert Snodgrass has been charged with allegedly abusing anti-doping officers, the Soccer Association has talked about.
The alleged incident took residing at the Hammers’ training ground on 6 February.
The 31-365 days-ancient Scotland world, who faces a one-match ban and an £8,000 good, has except 18 March to reply the fee.
BBC Sport understands Snodgrass used to be not scheduled to be tested, nor did he refuse to clutch a take a look at.
“Robert Snodgrass has been charged with a breach of FA Rule E3(1),” the FA talked about in a press release on Monday.
“It’s alleged the player mild abusive and/or insulting phrases in the direction of UK anti-doping officers who had been visiting West Ham United’s training ground on 6 February 2019 to habits out-of-competition attempting out,” the assertion added.
Snodgrass has carried out 32 times for West Ham this season, scoring four targets in all competitions.