Norwich City's Martin Olsson accepts FA charge of improper conduct

Norwich's Martin Olsson is shown the red card by Simon Hooper during the Canaries' Championship game with Wolves on August 10, 2014
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Norwich City defender Martin Olsson reportedly accepts an FA charge of misconduct after appearing to shove referee Simon Hooper at the weekend.

Norwich City defender Martin Olsson has reportedly accepted a Football Association charge of improper conduct after he appeared to shove referee Simon Hooper during last weekend's Championship clash against Wolverhampton Wanderers.

The 26-year-old was charged by the English governing body after he reacted angrily to Hooper's decision to send him off in the 1-0 defeat on Sunday.

According to Sky Sports News, Olsson, who kicked a water bottle in anger while walking down the tunnel at Molineux following his sending-off, has decided against fighting the charge.

A hearing date is yet to be decided.

Norwich boss Neil Adams on August 10, 2014
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