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Matty Taylor grabs genitals of Ronan Curtis following post-match incident

Oxford’s Matty Taylor appears to have grabs of the genitals of Portsmouth player Ronan Curtis following a post-match incident.

The travelling side’s striker could find himself in trouble with the Football Association in what turned out to be an ugly clash at the end of the 1-1 draw.

Pompey’s Curtis originally had an argument with substitute John Mousinho following Tuesday night’s League One fixture, which then earned both players a yellow card.

However, during the melee involving both sets of players, a photo has emerged on social media, showing the confrontation between Ronan Curtis and Matty Taylor.

The now viral pic shows Taylor grabbing Curtis by the bollocks, now this could end up prompting action against the Oxford player.

Ronan Curtis’ mum, Marie, also found out what happened and took to Twitter to vent her frustration.

She tweeted: “So Ronan got yellow card I’m telling you it would have been if it was me fair play son you didn’t retaliate cause that’s what he wanted Pompey with out him for how long I’m not sure and he’s just didn’t get it. Proud off you”

Portsmouth manager Kenny Jackett is expecting both clubs to face action from the FA following the post-match bust up.

“It was and both Ronan Curtis and one of their players that was booked,” said Jackett.

“I felt it was over before it started really, I don’t think any punches were thrown but quite a lot of players in one area there isn’t allowed and members of the coaching staff going on the pitch isn’t right either.”

“It’s one of them where there were a lot of staff on the pitch and that is not right either,” Jackett added.

“I wasn’t (on the pitch) but it was an incident that was something of nothing, I didn’t think any punches were thrown and it was over before it really set off.

“We will get charged for that, both clubs will get charged for that. (A) fine, or maybe a warning. It depends on how many times you have done it but it is against the rules that type of incident. It’s not allowed, that type of incident.

During the large melee, which took place on the pitch between both sides seconds after the full time whistle, even saw a number of Oxford’s coaching staff on the pitch.

At the weekend, Preston’s Darnell Fisher was caught on camera doing exactly what Taylor did to Curtis but on Sheffield Wednesday’s Callum Paterson during their Championship fixture.

It is alleged the incident, which took place during the 62nd minute and was not seen by the match officials at the time, constitutes a contravention of FA Rule E3.

Preston said on their official website: “Preston North End have been contacted by the FA regarding a charge against Darnell Fisher following Saturday’s Championship fixture against Sheffield Wednesday.

“The club acknowledges the charge and will respond before 6pm on Tuesday November 24 as requested by the FA.”

The governing body tweeted: “Preston North End FC’s Darnell Fisher has been charged following an EFL Championship fixture against Sheffield Wednesday FC on Saturday (21/11/20).

“It is alleged that an incident during the 62nd minute of the fixture, which was not seen by the match officials at the time but caught on camera, constitutes a breach of FA Rule E3. The defender has until (24/11/20) to provide a response to the charge.”

Tony Pulis claimed Fisher would be in deep trouble if he was found guilty.

He said: “I haven’t seen it, but if that’s the case then that’s the case.

“I’m sure with everybody on social media and all the places that people look now, he’ll be up in flames now if he’s done that.”

The 1-1 draw sees Portsmouth sit 4th in the League One table, taking 25 points from 14 games. Oxford are 18th with 13 points from 12 games.

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