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Diouf may face FA action

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The Football Association are looking into events during the FA Cup third-round tie between Blackburn and QPR, Press Association Sport understands.

Rovers' 1-0 win at Ewood Park on Saturday was overshadowed by the broken leg suffered by Rangers striker Jamie Mackie in a tackle with Gael Givet.

While he was lying injured, Mackie was reportedly taunted by Blackburn striker El-Hadji Diouf, leading QPR boss Neil Warnock to call the Senegal international the "lowest of the low" and a "nasty little person".

Blackburn have yet to make any comment about the conduct of Diouf, who has been involved in a number of controversial incidents during his time in England.

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Blackburn Rovers
Premier League
El-Hadji Diouf
Gael Givet
Jamie Mackie
Queens Park Rangers
FA Cup

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