Jamie Vardy has been charged with improper conduct over his behaviour by the Football Association after receiving a red card in Leicester City’s 2-2 draw against West Ham United.
This means that his one-game-ban will almost certainly be extended by another match. Which will be a blow for Barclays Premier League leaders Leicester.
The striker was sent off for an alleged dive and reacted angrily towards Jon Moss, the referee of the match, the official match report stated that Vardy had directed angry comments towards the referee. Due to this the FA was forced to take action.
The striker will be out against Swansea and it is extremely likely that he will also miss the match against Manchester United afterwards.
The FA also went forth to charge Leicester with failure to control their players in the match against West Ham.
Vardy and Leicester City have until 6pm on Thursday to respond to the charges