Moscow, December 21 – Brentford striker Evan Towne has been accused of 30 further breaches of the rule banning betting on football matches, the BBC reported.
In November, Tawney was charged by the FA with 232 breaches of the no-betting rule.
Tawney is said to have been cooperating with the FA investigation at the time. Until January 4th, the player must respond to the new fee. The forward faces disqualification.
According to the rule, players, coaches and other participants in football matches are prohibited from betting on games themselves, betting through third parties, and disclosing information to third parties that can be used to make bets to bookmakers.
Towne, 26, is Brentford’s top scorer this season in the Premier League with 10 goals in 14 appearances. The footballer was not included in the final application of the England national team for the World Cup in Qatar, which ended with the defeat of the French national team in the quarter-finals.
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