Roberto Mancini has been charged with improper conduct following his clash with David Moyes.
The Manchester City boss was involved in an bust-up spat with Moyes during the closing stages of his side’s 2-0 defeat at Eastlands on Wednesday night.
Fourth official Howard Webb had to step in to separate the duo, before referee Peter Walton sent both men to the stands.
Moyes has not been charged, however the FA have written to the Goodison Park boss to remind him of his responsibilities.
Mancini has until 6th April to respond to the charge and a regulatory commission will hear the case by 19th April.
“It was nothing really, and I’ve no problem with Roberto,” Moyes said on Friday.
“He was fine immediately afterwards, he apologised walking down the tunnel, and I have no problem at all with him, you just get along with it.”