Fans are not happy that Manchested United defender Marcos Rojo has avoided a ban

Following Manchester United’s disappointing defeat to Chelsea on Monday night, there was a number of outstanding controversies beyond the end result.

Most notably, the Manchester United players’ conduct on the pitch was brought into question – which subsequently led to an FA charge less than 24 hours later.

With Jose Mourinho seemingly instructing his side to man mark Eden Hazard, the Belgian was fouled a whopping six times – whilst the surrounding of the referee by the Manchester United players after Ander Herrera’s sending off is likely to have had an impact too.

However, perhaps more shockingly, another incident managed to steer clear such an FA response – with Marcos Rojo seemingly avoiding sanction for an alleged stamp on Eden Hazard.

Though missed during the game, the clash was certainly a nasty one – and with Bournemouth defender Tyrone Mings succumbing to a 5 game suspension for a very similar incident, fans are not happy with the reaction from the FA.

Indeed, many are even claiming that the lack of charge for Rojo implies a big club bias…

Article title: Fans are not happy that Manchested United defender Marcos Rojo has avoided a ban

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