Moyes admits improper conduct charge

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Everton manager David Moyes has admitted a Football Association charge of improper conduct, the Merseyside club have confirmed.

The charge related to Moyes' reaction to a decision made by referee Alan Wiley during the Toffees' Premier League match against Stoke on September 14.

Moyes has requested a personal hearing, but no date has been set for this at present. The Scot was angered by Wiley's decision not to award a penalty for what he felt was a handball by Stoke defender Leon Cort.

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