Birmingham City and Barnsley have, as expected, been charged by the Football Association following the mass brawl which took place after the final whistle at Oakwell on Monday.
The incident, sparked by a spat between Blues striker Nicklas Bendtner and Barnsley's Antony Kay, ended with Blues substitute Neil Danns and Barnsley defender Bobby Hassall both being sent off by referee Mike Russell.
But players from both clubs then became involved in an embarrassing free-for-all, to scar the end of Blues' 1-0 defeat, most of which took place at least 60 yards from the two dug-outs on the other side of the pitch.
The two clubs have both been charged with 'failing to ensure their players and/or club officials conducted themselves in an orderly fashion and/or refrained from provocative behaviour'.
Both clubs have until 26 April to respond to the charge. But Blues, who are due before the FA next Friday with regard to the postponement of their home game against Leeds United in January, will take a closer look at the video evidence themselves before they decide whether to appeal or accept the likely fine that seems sure to come their way.