Barnsley manager Simon Davey has been charged with improper conduct by the FA after Saturday's heated clash with Sheffield United.

Davey was sent to the stands late in the match after protesting at the award of a second-half penalty to the Blades.

He has until November 28 to respond to the charge.

An FA statement said: "The charge relates to Davey's conduct towards the assistant referee late in the second half.

"Davey was asked to leave the technical area after protesting against the award of a penalty to Sheffield United."

The match was overshadowed by an incident in the first half which left Tykes forward Iain Hume with a fractured skull after a clash with Chris Morgan, while both sides had a man sent off in the Blades' 2-1 victory
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