Leeds Forward Patrick Bamford has been accused of "successful deception of the official match" following the Championship match with Aston Villa on Sunday, while Irish Conor Hourihane is in clear.
Bamford, who could be banned for two games, was accused after the Aston Villa Anwar midfielder El Ghazim.
Villa player was originally shown a red card for violent behavior, but this was now abolished by the football association.
Leeds and Villa have also been accused of not being able to ensure that their players have followed the course of the 72th minute.
The FA statement was: "Anwar El Ghazi will be available for the next three Aston Villa matches after an independent regulatory commission has confirmed the request for dismissal."
"On Sunday, he was handed over for violent behavior during EFL Championship matches against Leeds United [28/04/2019].
"Patrick Bamford was then accused of" deceiving the referee in a successful way. "It is the alleged behavior of Leedd United in the 72nd minute of the match, which involved committing a clear act of simulation that led to the release of Anwar El Ghazi, ahead by 18:00 on Wednesday [01/05/2019] respond to a fee. "
"In addition, Leeds United and Aston Villa have been accused of violating FA E20 rule. It is alleged that they have failed to ensure that their players compete in the 72th minute."
"Both clubs are up to 18:00 on Friday." [03/05/2019] provide an answer. "
The FA also said that the incident involving the Villa with Hourihane considered the panel of former judges to be "unseen", but that the governing body did not regard it as a violent act, so no further action would be taken against Ireland's international negotiations.