Brentford striker Ivan Toney has been charged over extra validated breaks of the Football Association’s wagering standards, the controlling body has itemized.
Toney was faulted in November for 232 ensured breaks for more than four years. The 26-year-old has now been faulted for invading FA Rule E8 further on various events between 14 Walk 2017 and February 18, 2019. Toney has until 4 January to give a reaction.
In a statement on the club’s site, Brentford said they had been shown concerning the extra charges, adding: “Our characterized conversations with Ivan and his veritable delegates on this matter proceed.”
The secret proclaimed breaks stretch from 2017, when Toney was on Newcastle’s books, to 2021, after he had joined Brentford from Peterborough.
Precisely while new comprehension about the FA test broke on 6 November, Toney framed on Twitter: “I’m mindful of a tale about me in a public paper today. I have been helping the Football Relationship with their inquiries and won’t offer any remark until the such evaluation has appeared at its decision. I’m a cheerful Brit and it has everlastingly been my life as a young person’s dream to play for my country at a World Cup finals.”
Toney was a competitor for Britain’s Reality Cup group, having been called up for the new Countries Connection foundations, yet was discarded when Gareth Southgate named his voyaging party.
Toney has scored 11 focuses this season, solidifying both in Brentford’s shock 2-1 win at Manchester City in their last mechanical get-together before the World Cup.