Luton manager Mick Harford will appear before the FA next week to answer a disciplinary charge.
The Hatters` boss has already pleaded guilty to misconduct following comments he made to and about referee Trevor Kettle following the 3-3 draw with Bradford on January 24.
Harford claimed that Kettle "shouldn`t be refereeing at this level," and will now have a personal hearing on March 23.
Hatters skipper Kevin Nicholls has been charged with inciting the crowd following the final whistle in that game, a charge he denies, and is to have his hearing held in the same week.
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