Charlton manager Alan Pardew has been cleared of the improper conduct charge arising from his touchline bust-up with Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger.
Pardew and Wenger clashed on the touchline at Upton Park
Pardew was manager of West Ham when he clashed with Wenger in the game at Upton Park on 5 November.
A Football Association disciplinary commission found the charge against Pardew not proven.
Wenger was also charged by the FA last month and fined £10,000 for his part in the incident.
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Marlon Harewood's 89th-minute winner sparked astonishing celebratory scenes from Pardew, who was subsequently shoved by an angry Wenger.
The pair buried the hatchet by shaking hands after Pardew's new club Charlton were beaten by Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium on 2 January.