Stoke City: Robert Huth charged by FA with violent conduct after Philippe Senderos clash
STOKE defender Robert Huth faces a three-match ban after being charged by the FA this afternoon with violent conduct.
Huth is in the dock after cameras caught him thrusting a fore-arm into the face of Fulham defender Philippe Senderos during Saturday's 1-0 defeat at Craven Cottage.
The giant German has until 6pm today to appeal against the charge.
Huth will miss the games against West Ham at home, Newcastle away and West Brom at home if banned.
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The charge comes retrospectively after referee Lee Probert missed the incident at the time on Saturday.
Huth has been banned retrospectively before after cameras caught him clashing with Matthew Upson when the Stoke defender was playing for West Ham at the Britannia three seasons ago.