Newport’s Ryan Inniss charged after West Ham player makes biting accusation

Newport County defender Ryan Inniss was charged with violent conduct after an accusation has been made that he piece an opponent.
Inniss, on a season-long loan from Crystal Palace, was shown a red card in the final phases of Wednesday’s EFL Trophy clash.
The 24-year-old was ignored with Hammers child Reece Hannam late in the game, which West Ham rallied to win 5-4 after an off-the-ball incident.
County manager Michael Flynn demonstrated that Inniss was blessed to have bitten Hannam.
Flynn said:”Their player said he has bitten, so I will take a look at that and learn exactly what happened. When he has, it is inexcusable and that I will not be fighting his corner.”
Inniss would have functioned a ban however absence might be by the Football Association he had been charged over the incident.
An FA spokesperson said:”Ryan Inniss has been charged with being in breach of FA Rule E3(1) following a dismissal throughout the EFL Trophy game involving Newport County and West Ham Utd U21s on Wednesday [04/09/19].
“It’s alleged that his behaviour in or across the 90th minute constitutes violent conduct, in circumstances where the normal punishment which could otherwise apply is clearly inadequate. The player has before 18:00 Tuesday 10 September 2019 to offer a reply.”

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