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Hazard charged over ball boy

The Football Association has charged Chelsea`s Eden Hazard with violent conduct following an incident with a Swansea ball boy. It said in a statement that a "standard punishment that would otherwise apply was clearly insufficient".

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Hoddle: 'Ball boys will have been told to do that'

Speaking on Sky Sports, former Chelsea and England manager Glenn Hoddle said:

"Mark my words, the ball boys will have been told to do that.

"As a manager, if you've got ball boys, you will tell people instructing the ball boys that if you're winning the game, don't give the ball back quickly."

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