Ashley Young charged with violent conduct for Dusan Tadic elbow

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Tadic felt Young should have been sent off, but referee Craig Pawson failed to spot the incident: 'Yes, but normally you can not see that.

Young accepted the charge on Sunday, and his argument the three-game suspension was excessive was rejected by a regulatory commission.

Asked if Young should have have been sent off, Tadic said: "Yes".

Young's ban means he misses today's New Year's Day fixture with Everton and then the potential banana-skin FA Cup tie with Derby. I didn't really understand.

They would also exit the Carabao Cup at the hands of Championship side Bristol City with a strong side and are now on a three-game drawing streak with the likes of Leicester, Burnley and Southampton holding the Red Devils.

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Quarterback Kirk Cousins scored on a 12-yard run for Washington (7-9), which has missed the playoffs the past two years. It was Higgins' second receiving touchdown of the game, as he hauled in a 56-yard score from Kizer in the first half.

Young, who joined United from Aston Villa in 2011, returned to the England squad in November after a four-year global absence.

Swansea defender Kyle Naughton has also been charged with violent conduct by the FA for allegedly stamping on Watford's Stefano Okaka during the Welsh side's 2-1 victory at Vicarage Road on Saturday.

Several United players felt as though they should have been awarded a penalty when the ball struck Maya Yoshida's hand in the first half but Pawson waved away all protests.

'No, no, no, nothing, ' said the Southampton player.

"I know my players so when I see people like Mata nearly in hysterics I know, no doubt and then at half-time I watch it". It was long time ago. "You have to change, which is what we try to do".

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