• FA decides no action needed after complaint by Andy Robertson
  • Official says contact made when pulling arm away from player

The assistant referee Constantine Hatzidakis will face no further action from the Football Association following an apparent elbow on Liverpool defender Andy Robertson.

The incident occurred just after the half-time whistle had been blown during the Premier League draw with Arsenal on Sunday, with Hatzidakis reacting after being confronted by Robertson. Hatzidakis was stood down during the FA investigation but, having spoken with and apologised to Robertson, has now been cleared of any wrongdoing and is free to continue his career.

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