Not sure this is the absolutely the most up to date version, but must be close if not as VAR is taken into account.
RETROSPECTIVE ACTION If video evidence clearly shows that a player has committed a dismissal offence that was not seen at the time it occurred by the match officials, or reviewed in time by VAR, The FA may take retrospective disciplinary action. Retrospective action was originally introduced to address ‘off-the-ball’ incidents of violent conduct or serious foul play that were committed out of the match officials’ eye line and to put the player in the same position as if the incident had been seen at the time. It has since evolved to include acts of violent conduct that happen secondary to a challenge for the ball where the match officials were concentrating on the challenge for the ball, or if the match officials’ view of the incident meant that they did not have the opportunity to make a decision on the specific act of misconduct. Whilst increased use of VAR may reduce the number of incidents where retrospective disciplinary action is possible or required because incidents ‘not seen’ by the match officials can be reviewed at the time, The FA may still initiate proceedings if it believes there may be a case to answer. PROCESS: • The FA can become aware of a potential ‘not seen’ incident in a variety of ways; • A match referee may file an extraordinary incident report detailing that the incident was not seen by the match officials, or reviewed at the time by VAR; • Before considering whether to initiate proceedings for retrospective action, the match referee is asked whether they or any of the match officials saw the incident at the time; • If VAR was in operation, it is also necessary to establish from the match referee or VAR whether the incident was reviewed at the time; • If it is confirmed that the specific act of misconduct was seen or reviewed at the time it occurred, no further action is taken in almost all cases; Essential Information For Media 2019/20 The FA’s women’s and girls’ football strategy || 1313 TIMELINE Incident: Saturday or Sunday Charge issued: Monday or Tuesday Deadline by which the player must reply: By 18:00 on the day following the charge Deadline by which the player must submit any evidence: By 18:00 on the day following the charge Hearing: Prior to the offending player’s next match
It says on the timeline where possible before the players next game. As this happened on Tuesday I would have thought it would be initiated by now.